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Feasibility Study for Fibroblast Autologous Skin Grafts

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Feasibility Study for Fibroblast Autologous Skin Grafts

This research is being done to determine if investigators can change skin from one type to another. Specifically, investigators are interested in making normal skin into the thicker skin found on our palms and soles.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

Biological - autologous skin fibroblasts

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Feasibility Study for Fibroblast Autologous Skin Grafts: Biopsy of Skin Fibroblasts, Expansion in Cell Therapy Core, Topical Injection of Fibroblasts, and Subsequent Removal of Graft for Laboratory Studies.

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NCT01964859

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peng4a