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The aim of the present work is to generate at laboratory scale a biomaterial developed by in-vitro technology with similar characteristics to genuine leather. The generation of an in-vitro tissue from
bovine fibroblasts is carried out using a scaffold to generate a three-dimensional extra-cellular matrix (3D ECM). The development of a biopelt is by an in-vitro production at lab scale in a bioreactor with
specific culturing conditions.1 New methodologies to stabilize the biomaterial generated were investigated. In particular, the biomaterial was stabilized by immersion in solutions of vegetable tannins
and cross-linking agents in an aqueous-solvent medium.
CitationSorolla, S. [et al.]. Design of dehydration and stabilization process for biopelt. "Journal of the Society of Leather Technologists and Chemists", 14 Abril 2011, vol. 95, núm. 2, p. 68-73.
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