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2014-05-28 08:32:36

Experimental product candidate OmegaSkin(TM) wound dressing shows qualitative differences in wound histology over control wounds RESTON, Va., May 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Eqalix, Inc.

2014-05-13 16:05:05

In addition to its known capacity to promote bleeding events, aspirin also inhibits wound healing.

2014-01-20 10:34:39

Normally, tissue injury triggers a mechanism in cells that tries to repair damaged tissue and restore the skin to a normal, or homeostatic state.

Scar-Free Healing Mice Offers Clues To Human Skin Repair
2012-09-27 12:26:26

African spiny mice (genus Acomys) have brittle skin, which tears off in continuous sheets, like human skin, in order to escape predators. Some of them lose as much as 60% of the skin from their backs, which then heals rapidly, regrowing hair instead of scarring.

2011-04-05 00:09:32

Researchers at King's College London and Osaka University in Japan have identified specific bone marrow cells that can transform into skin cells to repair damaged skin tissue.

2009-06-01 09:29:25

In-growth and new generation of blood vessels, which must take place if a wound is to heal or a tumor is to grow, have been thought to occur through a branching and further growth of a vessel against a chemical gradient of growth factors.

2007-08-30 06:19:03

By Gilliver, S C Ashcroft, G S ABSTRACT The increased prevalence in the elderly of chronic wound- healing conditions, such as venous and diabetic ulceration, is firmly established.

2004-11-27 03:00:12

Abstract The first part of this review focused on the essential biological features of human skin, their origins and cellular relationships as a basis for understanding nutritional requirements in health and disease (see Vol 13(19;Tissue Viabil Suppl): S22-S28).


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overword
  • To say in too many words; to express verbosely.
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