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  • Wood et. al. Burns. Characterization of the cell suspension harvested from the dermal epidermal junction using a RECELL® kit. 2012;(38):44-51
  • Graham et al. Toxicology. Medical management of cutaneous sulfur mustard injuries. 2009;263(1):47-58.
  • Wood et. al. The use of a non-cultured autologous cell suspension and Integra® dermal regeneration template to repair full-thickness skin wounds in a porcine model: A one-step process. 2007;33(6):693-700
  • Navarro et al. Journal of Burn Care & Rehabilitation. Melanocyte Repopulation in Full-Thickness Wounds Using a Cell Spray Apparatus. 2001;22(1):41-6.
  • Navarro et. al. J Burn Care & Res. Sprayed keratinocyte suspensions accelerate epidermal coverage in a porcine microwound model. 2000;21(6):513-8
  • Stoner et al. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. Cultured epithelial autograft “take” confirmed by the presence of Cytokeratin 9. 1999;112(3):391-2
  • Hammer et. al. J Tissue Eng Regen Med. Restoring full-thickness defects with spray skin in conjunction with dermal regenerative template and split-thickness skin grafting: a pilot study. 2017 Dec;11(12):3523-3529
  • Valerio et. al. Plast Reconstr Surg Glob. A case report of the first nonburn-related military trauma victim treated with spray skin regenerative therapy in combination with a dermal regenerate template. 2016;4:e1174
  • Wallace et. al. Burns & Trauma. Identification of factors predicting scar outcome after burn injury in children: a prospective case-control study. 2017; 5:19
  • Wood et. al. Burns. A prospective randomised clinical pilot study to compare the effectiveness of Biobrane® synthetic wound dressing, with or without autologous cell suspension, to the local standard treatment regimen in paediatric scald injuries. 2012;38(6):830-9
  • Dunne et. al. Burns. Early paediatric scald surgery – A cost effective dermal preserving surgical protocol for all childhood scalds. 2014;40(4):772-778
  • Nanassy et al. The Use of an Autologous Cell Harvesting and Processing Device to Decrease Surgical Procedures and Expedite Healing in Two Pediatric Burn Patients. Wounds. 2019 Dec;31(12):316-321
  • Cervelli et. al. Clin Exp Dermatol. Use of a novel autologous cell-harvesting device to promote epithelialization and enhance appropriate pigmentation in scar reconstruction. 2010 Oct;35(7):776-80 
  • Busch et. al. Combination of medical needling and non-cultured autologous skin cell transplantation (ReNovaCell™) for repigmentation of hypopigmented burn scars. 2016 Nov;42(7):1556-1566
  • Lim et. al. Burns. Long term sensory function after minor partial thickness burn: A pilot study to determine if recovery is complete or incomplete. 2014; 40: 1538-1543
  • Zeng et. al. Zhonghua Zheng Xing Wai Ke Za Zhi. A novel treatment for facial acne scars: dermabrasion combined with RECELL® (skin active cell transplantation) technique. 2014. 30(6): p.417-20
  • Yu et. al. Chin Med Sci J. Effect of Dermabrasion and RECELL® on Large Superficial Facial Scars Caused by Burn, Trauma, and Acnes. 2016 Sep 20;31(3):173-179
  • Goodman et. al. Dermatol Surg. An automated autologous cell transplantation method for the treatment of hypopigmented Scarring. 2008 Apr;34(4):578-81
  • Gramlich et. al. Kosmetische Medizin. Laser rejuvenation in combination with autologous cell suspension. 2010;1(10):25-9
  • Ren et al. The use of noncultured regenerative epithelial suspension for improving skin color and scars: A report of 8 cases and review of the literature. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2019 Jul 26. doi: 10.1111/jocd.13071.
  • Chen et al. Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. The Clinical Efficacy of RECELL® Autologous Cell Regeneration Techniques Combined with Dermabrasion Treatment in Acne Scars. 2019 Aug.
  • Cervelli et al. Acta Dernatovenerol Croat. Treatment of stable vitiligo by RECELL® System. 2009;17(4):273-278.
  • Cervelli et al. European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences. Treatment of stable vitiligo hands by RECELL® system: a preliminary report. 2010;14(8):691-4
  • Komen et. al. J Am Acad Dermatol. Autologous cell suspension transplantation using a cell extraction device in segmental vitiligo and piebaldism patients: A randomized controlled pilot study. 2015 Jul;73(1):170-2
  • Lommerts et. al. BJ Dermatol. Autologous cell suspension grafting in segmental vitiligo and piebaldism: a randomized controlled trial comparing full surface and fractional CO2 laser recipient-site preparations. 2017;177:1293-1298. 
  • Mulekar et. al. Br J Dermatol. Treatment of vitiligo lesions by RECELL® vs conventional melanocyte keratinocyte transplantation: a pilot study. 2008 Jan;158(1):45-9
  • Komen et al. J Cutan Aesthet Surg. Observations on CO2 laser preparation of recipient site for noncultured cell suspension transplantation in vitiligo. 2016 Apr-Jun;9(2):133-5. doi: 10.4103/0974-2077.184055
  • Liu et al. J Dermatolog Treat. The clinical efficacy of treatment using the autologous non-cultured epidermal cell suspension technique for stable vitiligo in 41 patients. 2019 May 31:1-5.
  • Uitentuis et al. Clin Exp Dermatol. Impact of graft cell density and viability on repigmentation upon noncultured autologous cell suspension transplantation in vitiligo and piebaldism. 2020 Apr 20. doi: 10.1111/ced.14249
  • Liu et al. Dermatologic Surgery. New Pigmentation after Medical Treatment Suggests Increased Efficacy of Dermabrasion and Non-cultured Epidermal Cell Suspension Techniques in Stable Vitiligo. 2020

Caution: The safety and effectiveness of RECELL® has not been established for indications in the United States aside from the treatment of acute thermal burns. Other applications are limited by U.S. law to investigational use.