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Technology developed: ACELLULAR ARTIFICIAL SKIN SUBSTITUTE (TP19767223587)
Category: Nil
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Veena koul Indian Institute of Technology Delhi CBME, Indian Institute of Technology Professor
Technical Application Area: Healthcare
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Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi
Affiliated Ministry: Institution Funding (Self Supported)
Type of technology development: Indigenous
Does the technology help in replacing any import items currently
procured from outside India?
Does the technology have export potential? Yes
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Stage of Development: Prototype Level
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Applications: Generally, loss of signal to repair acute and chronic wounds leads to impaired healing due to failure to follow the normal stages of healing. This leads to a state of pathologic inflammation because of incomplete or uncoordinated healing process. To solve the problem, various skin substitutes are used. The present invention relates to a novel acellular artificial skin substitute or scaffolds comprising biopolymer and bioactive components.
Advantages: Skin grafts constructed from the patient's own skin (autografts), from other human donors, most commonly, cadaver skin (allografts) and from animals (Xenografts). However, use of such skin grafts pose the challenge of infection or, in the case of cadaver skin, rejection. To overcome this challenge, artificial skin substitutes has been developed . 1) Effective healing of various wounds, such as burn wounds and for trauma care. 2) Cost effective 3) Effective healing of various wounds, such as burn wounds and for trauma care. 4) Not hypersensitive 5) Mimics the native extracellular matrix (ECM) properties. 6)Excellent adhesive and wound healing.

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      Submitted by: Anil Wali Date of Submission: 5-8-2020

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