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The development, validation, and characterization of an ex-vivo porcine full thickness skin model for the study of the subcutaneous compartment

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posted on 2023-04-27, 12:09 authored by Jordanna Michelle PayneJordanna Michelle Payne

This dissertation details the creation, validation, and characterization of a porcine ex-vivo culture model to study subcuteneous tissue. The viability of the model was assessed over seven days of culture by digestion and the proliferation and death of cells was monitored by immunohistochmeical labelling and image analysis. The model was then used in a timecourse proteomics experiment to characterize the effect of culture on subcutaneous proteome. The model was then compared to a commercially available human ex-vivo model with respect to viability and changes to the subcutaneous proteome. 

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Degree Type

  • Doctor of Philosophy

Department

  • Biomedical Engineering

Campus location

  • West Lafayette

Advisor/Supervisor/Committee Chair

Luis Solorio

Additional Committee Member 2

Sherry L. Voytik-Harbin

Additional Committee Member 3

Adrian Buganza-Tepole

Additional Committee Member 4

Kathy D. Miller

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