Latest Wound healing Stories
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.
Synedgen’s active ingredient disrupts bacterial biofilms. (PRWEB) September 09, 2012 Synedgen VP of Research, Stacy Townsend PhD, will present research
Scientists' discovery of an important step in the body's process for healing wounds may lead to a new way of treating inflammation.
The dynamic properties of the skin that take charge when a cut or scrape needs healing are critical for maintaining the skin's integrity, but if they get out of control, they can cause problems in the form of psoriasis and other skin disorders.
Chronic wounds are a growing issue. Luckily, Macrocure’s CureXcell addresses that issue.