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The epidermis is the thin, outer layer of the skin that is visible to the eye and works to provide protection to the body. It does not contain any blood vessels and is, therefore, dependent on the dermis, the layer of the skin underneath it, to provide access to nutrients and dispose of waste.

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AVITA Medical announces results revealing safety, effectiveness of RECELL System for burn care

AVITA Medical announces results revealing safety, effectiveness of RECELL System for burn care

Discovery of key mechanism may lead to more functional skin grafts for burn victims

Discovery of key mechanism may lead to more functional skin grafts for burn victims

AVITA Medical: Clinical trial results demonstrate safety, efficacy of RECELL Device in treating burn patients

AVITA Medical: Clinical trial results demonstrate safety, efficacy of RECELL Device in treating burn patients

Immune cell found to play important role in photosensitivity

Immune cell found to play important role in photosensitivity

AVITA Medical expands management team to support launch of RECELL device to treat burns

AVITA Medical expands management team to support launch of RECELL device to treat burns

Empa researchers reveal how steam causes severe burns

Empa researchers reveal how steam causes severe burns

Scientists publish comprehensive lineage tree of whole adult animal in Science journal

Scientists publish comprehensive lineage tree of whole adult animal in Science journal

Study sheds new light on seasonal skin changes

Study sheds new light on seasonal skin changes

Key protein involved in epigenetic regulation of gene expression guides skin cell renewal

Key protein involved in epigenetic regulation of gene expression guides skin cell renewal

Researchers identify cause of severe genetic disease

Researchers identify cause of severe genetic disease

Researchers grow hairy skin using mouse stem cells

Researchers grow hairy skin using mouse stem cells

FDA gives marketing approval for first shock wave device to treat diabetic foot ulcers

FDA gives marketing approval for first shock wave device to treat diabetic foot ulcers

Conventional sunscreens do not block skin damage caused by visible light

Conventional sunscreens do not block skin damage caused by visible light

Complete new skin from transgenic stem cells for boy with rare genetic disease

Complete new skin from transgenic stem cells for boy with rare genetic disease

Cornell study reveals how UV radiation triggers melanoma

Cornell study reveals how UV radiation triggers melanoma

New topical treatment to combat skin cancer yields promising results in preliminary study

New topical treatment to combat skin cancer yields promising results in preliminary study

Skin-applied microneedle patch boosts immunization to seasonal flu vaccine recipients, study finds

Skin-applied microneedle patch boosts immunization to seasonal flu vaccine recipients, study finds

Collagen found to regulate epidermal proliferation in juvenile and aged skin

Collagen found to regulate epidermal proliferation in juvenile and aged skin

Tumorigenesis may be induced from neighboring tissues, study suggests

Tumorigenesis may be induced from neighboring tissues, study suggests

Melanoma could affect anyone regardless of skin color

Melanoma could affect anyone regardless of skin color