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Wound Healing

 
 
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High impact information on Wound Healing

  • Supplying PEPI corrects the wound-healing defect in SLPI null mice [8].
  • We describe a new contiguous-gene syndrome, involving the CYP21B and TNX genes, that results in 21-hydroxylase deficiency and a connective-tissue disorder consisting of skin and joint hyperextensibility, vascular fragility and poor wound healing [9].
  • These observations establish the requirement of gelsolin for rapid motile responses in cell types involved in stress responses such as hemostasis, inflammation, and wound healing [10].
  • Fibronectin (Fn) matrices are vital to vertebrate development and wound healing and modulate tumorigenesis [11].
  • Although TGF alpha deficiency affected skin and eyes, wound healing in these tissues was not impaired [12].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Wound Healing

 

Biological context of Wound Healing

 

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Associations of Wound Healing with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Wound Healing

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Wound Healing

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