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This dataset contains data collected using capillary bed bioreactor (CBB), a new method for pseudovascularisation of skin models. The data was collected by sampling the permeate that exited the fibres, and the amount of caffeine in the samples was measured using HPLC for the purpose of assessing permeability. By observing and analyzing the data we can conclude that the new bioreactor will be more physiologically accurate than the current model and can therefore potentially refine inputs to our mechanistic models for skin sensitisation, to give us more accurate predictions of adverse outcomes. The data is organised in an Excel spreadsheet with each tab relating to a specific figure in the paper.
|Date made available||30 Jan 2019|
|Publisher||University of Bath|
|Date of data production||1 Oct 2014 - 30 Jun 2016|
Hollow-fiber membrane technology: Characterization and proposed use as a potential mimic of skin vascularization towards the development of a novel skin absorption in vitro modelPerez-Esteban, P., Pickles, J., Scott, A. D. & Ellis, M. J., 15 May 2019, In : Biochemical Engineering Journal. 145, p. 90-97 8 p.
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Ellis, M. (Creator) (30 Jan 2019). Dataset for Hollow-fiber membrane technology: Characterization and proposed use as a potential mimic of skin vascularization towards the development of a novel skin absorption in vitro model. University of Bath. 10.15125/BATH-00579