Healing in 3D Skin Equivalent by the Induction of a Regenerative Response through the Application of External Stimuli

Coonahan, Erin Sutton

Wound healing in mammals is a complex biological process whose main goals are to close the wound quickly, inhibit blood loss, and fight infection. The skin left after a wound healing process will never achieve the same level of functionality or tensile strength as undamaged tissue. In contrast to mammalian models, the wound response observed in some amphibian species results in the re... read more

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