Wound healing: cellular mechanisms and pathological outcomes.

Published on Sep 30, 2020in Open Biology4.931
· DOI :10.1098/RSOB.200223
Holly N. Wilkinson8
Estimated H-index: 8
(Hull York Medical School),
Matthew J. Hardman33
Estimated H-index: 33
(Hull York Medical School)
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Abstract
Wound healing is a complex, dynamic process supported by a myriad of cellular events that must be tightly coordinated to efficiently repair damaged tissue. Derangement in wound-linked cellular beha...
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