Artificial skin made by fusing non-cellular cutis to fat stem cell

The Bioengineering Branch of the State Academy of Sciences of the DPRK has secured the technique for fabricating the artificial skin, a worthwhile implication for clinical practice.
The research team succeeded in producing the artificial skin by way of fusing non-cellular cutis to fat stem cell, both of which are applied in bio-medicine and tissue-culture engineering. The specificity and compatibility of the product for grafting have scientifically been verified through clinical trials.
The advantage is told to be the cheap expense for fabrication on the one hand, and, on the other, the early curing date and high recovery rate for intractable dermal trauma, burns etc. with no adverse effect on human body.