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Medicinal Signaling Cells Metabolite Oral Based as a Potential Biocompatible Biomaterial Accelerating Oral Ulcer Healing (In Vitro Study).

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Summary of "Medicinal Signaling Cells Metabolite Oral Based as a Potential Biocompatible Biomaterial Accelerating Oral Ulcer Healing (In Vitro Study)."

 Medicinal signaling cells metabolite (MSCM) is often considered medical waste even though it contains abundant growth factors, and advantageous micro- and macromolecules that can accelerate healing in oral ulcer.The purpose of this experimental laboratory study was to analyze the biocompatibility and potential of MSCM, (oral based) to accelerate healing in oral ulcer (in vitro).

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Name: European journal of dentistry
ISSN: 1305-7456
Pages: 432-436

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