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    1ml per sample. The samples were incubated at 4⁰C overnight. The following day, the samples were washed with DPBS at 4⁰C and then washed with 2ml 1 perm buffer twice. Anti-mouse Foxp3- PE Ab was added in a 1:100 dilution for 30 mins at 4⁰C. The samples were washed with perm buffer and resuspend in DPBS for flow cytometry analysis. Table 2.4 Antibody panel for SHPS-1 Phenotyping Panel PerCP FITC APC PE PB DC 1 CD45 CD11b CD11c CD103 B220 DC 2 CD4 CD11b CD11c CD8 B220 Treg CD3 CD25 FoxP3 CD4 2.2.1.2.5 Analysis of Cell Populations in Allo- and Xeno-transplantation Recipients The spleen, ALN and DLN were harvested from mice at certain time points post allo or xeno-transplantations. SHPS-1 and WT mice who were the recipients of skin allo-transplants, DEREG, WT and Rag-/- mice who were the recipients of NICC xeno-transplants were harvested for flow cytometry analysis. The procedure for isolation of splenocytes is described in 2.2.1.1.2, then staining protocols were followed as per the same steps as 2.2.1.2.4. Splenocytes and lymphocytes were stained with anti-mouse-CD4-PerCP,…

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    Deciduous Tree Grafting Introduction The Apple Tree, or Malus pumila, is a deciduous tree in the rose family that is best known for its pome fruit, the apple. The most widely cultivated tree within the genus Malus, the Apple Tree has been grown for thousands of years in Asia and Europe and was brought to North America by European Colonists in the 17th century. In 1625, the first apple orchard in North America was planted within the Boston area by Reverend William Blaxton. Typically, a…

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    sustained cell migration and proliferation and introduces PRF as a carrier for cells that are essential for tissue regeneration (Lundquist et al., 2008). He et al. (2009) reported the superiority of PRF in alkaline phosphatase expression and induction of mineralization when compared with platelet-rich plasma in vitro. Moreover, PRF has been shown to act as suitable scaffold for cultivating human periosteal cells in vitro, which may be suitable for applications in bone tissue engineering…

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    Epidermis Layers

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    1. The three major layers that make up healthy skin are the epidermis, dermis, and the hypodermis. The epidermis is a keratinized stratified squamous epithelium that resists abrasion and reduces water loss. It have four cell types and five layers. The dermis made of strong, flexible dense irregular connective tissue. It contains the blood vessels, nerve fibers and lymphatic vessels. The sweat glands and the hair follicles live in the dermis layer. The hypodermis is deep to the skin. It is made…

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    Burns were traditionally treated with skin grafts, taking sections from parts of a patient’s body or growing sheets of skin artificially and grafting them over the burn. However, the grafts could take weeks or months to heal and during the recovery time, the patient could suffer infections because of the damage to the skin. As a result, Professor Jorg C. Gerlach and colleagues of the Department of Surgery at the University of Pittsburg’s McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine developed the…

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    when you hear skin graft? The first thing I thought was they are graphing someone on the color of skin. I was defiantly wrong, a skin graft is skin that is removed from a thicker part of your body and placed over a wound for example a burn patients they have many skin grafts. Skin grafts are used to cover wounds that are too deep to heal on its own or in case where the skin is missing. Skin grafting is the surgical procedure done this is use for mostly burn patients so they can quickly cover…

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    Epidermis Layers

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    1. The three major layers that make up healthy skin are the epidermis, dermis, and the hypodermis. The epidermis is a keratinized stratified squamous epithelium that resists abrasion and reduces water loss. It have four cell types and five layers. The dermis made of strong, flexible dense irregular connective tissue. It contains the blood vessels, nerve fibers and lymphatic vessels. The sweat glands and the hair follicles reside in the dermis layer. The hypodermis is deep to the skin. It is made…

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    electrical burns, and radiation burns. In general burns damage or injure skin layers and other parts of the body such as muscles, nerves, blood vessels, lungs and eyes. These burns are classified as first, second, or third degree burns depending on the layers of skin and tissue that are damaged. As one shall know the deeper the burn the more serious the burn is. First degree burns are burns located at the superficial or outer layer of the skin called the epidermis. It is a minor burn that may…

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    Healthy Skin Layers

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    1. The three major layers that make up healthy skin are the epidermis, dermis, and the subcutaneous tissue (hypodermis). The epidermis is a keratinized stratified squamous epithelium that resists abrasion and reduces water loss. It consists of four distinct cell types and five layers. The dermis, the second major skin region containing strong, flexible connective tissue. It is composed of dense irregular connective tissue. Also, the dermis contains the blood vessels, nerve fibers and lymphatic…

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    the basal layer of epidermis is responsible to maintain skin homeostasis. When cutaneous injuries occur, skin homeostasis and integrity is damaged, leading to fatal traumatizing under severe conditions. Skin wound healing is an intrinsic self-saving chain-reaction, which is crucial in facilitating the replacement of damaged or lost tissue. Immense amounts of research have uncovered the mechanisms underlying this complex and highly regulated process. It is commonly agreed that wound healing is…

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