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"Basal Cell Migration" in Regeneration of the Corneal Wound-Bed.

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Summary of ""Basal Cell Migration" in Regeneration of the Corneal Wound-Bed."

In this issue of Stem Cell Reports, Park et al. (2019) describe real-time in vivo visual monitoring of keratin-14, Confetti-labeled limbal epithelial stem cells and their progeny as they contribute to central corneal wound-healing. The authors show that corneal wounds initially heal by "basal epithelial cell migration" into the wound-bed.

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Name: Stem cell reports
ISSN: 2213-6711
Pages: 3-5

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