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Vitamin C Toxicity

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) plays a role in collagen, carnitine, hormone, and amino acid formation. It is essential for wound healing and facilitates recovery from burns. Vitamin C is also an antioxid...

Transforming growth factor beta TGF beta

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...

Fibroblast Growth Factors FGFs

The family of fibroblast growth factors (FGFs) regulates a plethora of developmental processes, including brain patterning, branching morphogenesis and limb development. Quite a number of FGF-R ag...

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First Pictures of BRCA2 Protein Show How it Repairs DNA

Scientists have taken pictures of the BRCA2 protein for the first time, showing how it works to repair damaged DNA.  Read more

Ebook: Clinical Innovation – The story so far… in pictures

  We’ve recently introduced new formats and new innovative ways to demonstrate the content given at our conferences. One of the latest introductions is the use of graphic reporting. What’s a...

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...

Derma Sciences, Inc. (DSCI) - Medical Equipment - Deals and Alliances Profile

Summary Derma Sciences, Inc. (Derma Sciences) is a tissue regeneration company. It focuses on advanced burn and wound care. The company offers products in three categories, namely, advanced wound care...

Bioquell publishes case studies on the efficacy of its wound treatment solution

The Bioquell wound treatment system, BioxyQuell, has been tested at a wound care clinic in Hampshire with patients suffering from long term chronic venous leg ulceration. The results, presented in two...

First pictures of BRCA2 protein show how it works to repair DNA

(Imperial College London) Scientists have taken pictures of the BRCA2 protein for the first time, showing how it works to repair damaged DNA.

Medical News Today: Gestures and pictures 'boost foreign language learning'

A new study finds people learn foreign words more easily when using several sensory organs. In tests, foreign words with gestures or pictures outperformed verbal learning.

Adding Salt to the Wound

(MedPage Today) -- A call about a patient's wound care gets Fred N. Pelzman, MD, thinking about what could have gone better.

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Recent Developments in Topical Wound Therapy: Impact of Antimicrobiological Changes and Rebalancing the Wound Milieu.

Wound therapy improves every year by developing new wound treatment options or by advancing already existing wound materials, for example, adding self-releasing analgesic drugs or growth factors to wo...

Transplantation of keratinocyte spore-like stem cells.

Wound granulation tissue should be covered by epidermal cells migrating from the basal layer of the epidermis or hair "bulge" of the wound edge. However, new epidermal islands are frequently formed on...

Continuous High-Pressure Negative Suction Drain: New Powerful Tool for Closed Wound Management: Clinical Experience.

Although various reconstructive flap surgeries have been successfully performed, there still are difficult wound complications, such as seroma formation, wound margin necrosis, delayed wound healing, ...

Late Positive Potential (LPP) modulation during affective picture processing in preschoolers: A pilot study.

Research has demonstrated that Late Positive Potential (LPP) is modulated by affective pictures in school-age children, adolescents and adults. However, little is known about such modulation in specif...

Spiders do not evoke greater early posterior negativity in the event-related potential as snakes.

It has been long believed that both snakes and spiders are archetypal fear stimuli for humans. Furthermore, snakes have been assumed as stronger threat cues for nonhuman primates. However, it is still...

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