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Transforming growth factor-beta (TGF-beta) family members are secreted multifunctional cytokines that play pivotal roles in development and disease. The prototypic member of this family, TGF-beta, pla...

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Reduced Granulation Tissue and Wound Strength in the Absence of α11β1 Integrin

Team shows why wound healing is impaired in diabetics

One of the most troubling complications of diabetes is its effect on wound healing. Roughly 15 percent of diabetics will suffer from a non-healing wound in their lifetime. In some cases, these open ul...

The Impact of Engineered Nanoparticles on Wound Healing

Do engineered nanoparticles impact the normal wound healing process? In this report, the authors present a platform that can be used to assess the impact of ENPs on cell migration and wound healing. ...

Study reveals how FOXO1 slows diabetic wound healing

(Rockefeller University Press) A protein that normally fosters tissue repair instead acts to inhibit healing when sugar levels are high. The role reversal helps explain why wounds heal slowly in peopl...

Electrical Stimulation Accelerates Wound Healing

The most detailed study to date showing how electrical stimulation accelerates wound healing has been carried out in 40 volunteers by University of Manchester scientists.Read

Why do cells rush to heal a wound? Mysteries of wound healing unlocked

A multidisciplinary research team has discovered how cells know to rush to a wound and heal it -- opening the door to new treatments for diabetes, heart disease and cancer. The findings shed light on ...

Global Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Market 2015-2019

About Negative Pressure Wound Therapy Negative pressure wound therapy is a technique that applies negative pressure to a wound to promote wound healing by removing the fluid and infectious materials f...

How electrical stimulation accelerates wound healing

The most detailed study to date showing how electrical stimulation accelerates wound healing has been carried out in 40 volunteers by University of Manchester scientists.

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Nod-Like Receptor Protein-3 Inflammasome Plays an Important Role during Early Stages of Wound Healing.

The Nod-like receptor protein (NLRP)-3 inflammasome/IL-1β pathway is involved in the pathogenesis of various inflammatory skin diseases, but its biological role in wound healing remains to be elucida...

A topical aqueous oxygen emulsion stimulates granulation tissue formation in a porcine second-degree burn wound.

Oxygen is an essential substance for wound healing. Limited studies have shown that topical oxygen can influence healing. This study evaluated the effects of a Topical Oxygen Emulsion (TOE) on burn wo...

Gingival Wound Healing: An Essential Response Disturbed by Aging?

Gingival wound healing comprises a series of sequential responses that allow the closure of breaches in the masticatory mucosa. This process is of critical importance to prevent the invasion of microb...

Serpina3n accelerates tissue repair in a diabetic mouse model of delayed wound healing.

Chronic, non-healing wounds are a major complication of diabetes and are characterized by chronic inflammation and excessive protease activity. Although once thought to function primarily as a pro-apo...

Edaravone, a Free Radical Scavenger, Accelerates Wound Healing in Diabetic Mice.

Refractory wound healing is a major complication of diabetes, which restricts wound healing by interfering with the inflammatory response, decreasing granulation, causing peripheral neuropathy, and in...

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