I'm hurt. Printed myself a new skin!

 Usually if a person is injured, damaging portion of the skin, it is transplanted skin from other parts of the body, such operations have been going for decades. But now scientists at the Institute for Regenerative Medicine Wake Forest stated that the skin can be… print, using technology that resembles an ordinary inkjet printer technology.

 
Instead of ink, "skin printer" deals with two heads biomaterial containing a combination of skin cells, collagen and coagulant — a substance that promotes blood clotting — directly on the wound.
 
As a result of the wound, of course, does not heal instantly, take some time, but after this time the damaged area looks quite decent, and no stop is not required.
 
To date, the technology being tested in mice, the scientists will switch to the pigs, and in the end will come the turn of the person.

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