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Skin

The skin is the largest organ of the body. The skin, too, belongs to those tissues which can be transplanted.

Name Mar­ket­ing Au­tho­ri­sa­tion Hold­er Li­cense Num­ber Li­cense Date Further Information

Glyc­erol, GPA (Glyc­erol Pre­served Al­lo­graft = glyz­erinkon­serviertes Al­lo­trans­plan­tat), ETB-BIS­LIFE

Sticht­ing ETB-BIS­LIFE, Nieder­lande

PEI.G.03989.01.1 02.01.2012

Hu­man-Haut, azel­lulär, gefrier­getrock­net, DIZG

DIZG – Deutsches In­sti­tut für Zell- und Gewe­beer­satz gGmbH

3003749.00.00 09.09.2005

Hu­man-Haut, gefrier­getrock­net, CHB

Char­ité – Uni­ver­sitätsmedi­zin Berlin

3004182.00.00 11.07.2005

Hu­man-Haut, gefrierkon­serviert, DIZG

DIZG – Deutsches In­sti­tut für Zell- und Gewe­beer­satz gGmbH

3004198.00.00 11.07.2005

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Updated: 01.03.2021