EXOGENOUS TGF-β 3 PROMOTES CUTANEOUS APPENDAGES AND MAINTAINS BLASTEMA DURING REPAIR OF FULL-THICKNESS EXCISIONAL WOUNDS IN MOUSE EARS
DISSOLVABLE MICROFILM DRESSING WITH SILVER-NANOPARTICLES EXPEDITES HEALING OF CONTAMINATED EXCISIONAL WOUNDS IN MICE
IMMUNE POTENTIAL OF AUTOLOGOUS AND ALLOGENEIC EQUINE INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELLS
THE MECHANISMS OF FIBROBLAST APOPTOSIS INDUCED BY BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR DURING SCARLESS REPAIR PROCESS
STRIAE DISTENSAE, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS CUTANEOUS STRETCH MARKS, SIGNIFICANTLY IMPACT ON QUALITY OF LIFE AND LEAD TO ACTIVITY LIMITATION
MULTIPHOTON MICROSCOPY DEMONSTRATES TRANSDERMAL GENE DELIVERY USING AN ANTIBIOTIC-FREE MINIMALIZED NOVEL PLASMID VECTOR WITHOUT TOPICAL TRANSFECTION ENHANCERS
HAIR FOLLICLE ANALYSIS UNCOVERS NOVEL TARGETS FOR PROMOTING WOUND REPAIR
EFFECT OF TOPICAL INSULIN ON BURN WOUND HEALING IN DIABETIC RATS
IDENTIFICATION OF A POTENTIAL PATHOLOGICAL DIAGNOSTIC BIOMARKER FOR KELOID DISEASE: SYNDECAN-1 (CD138) IS UNIQUELY OVEREXPRESSED IN KELOID TISSUE
IL-10 OVEREXPRESSION ENHANCES WOUND NEOVASCULARIZATION VIA STAT3-DEPENDENT REGULATION OF VEGF AND SDF1-ALPHA MECHANISMS OF EPC MOBILIZATION AND RECRUITMENT
MICRORNA-1 INDUCTION IMPAIRS ISCHEMIC WOUND HEALING BY ATTENUATING KERATINOCYTE MIGRATION AND ANGIOGENESIS
EARLY GROWTH RESPONSE-2 (EGR2) SIGNALING MEDIATES ANGIOGENIC AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PROPERTIES OF MULTIPOTENTIAL STROMAL CELLS
SUMMARY OF CLINICAL OUTCOME RELATED TO THE USE OF HUMAN AMNIOTIC TISSUE ALLOGRAFT INJECTIONS IN WOUND CARE PREVIOUSLY DEMONSTRATED TO BE EFFICACIOUS IN SPINE SURGERY
QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE DECREASES INCONTINENCE-ASSOCIATED DERMATITIS 92%
PRECLINICAL STUDIES OF NUCLEIC ACID SCAVENGERS AS ANTISCARRING DRUGS: THE DENDRIMER PAMAM-G3 INHIBITS FIBROBLAST ACTIVATION AND INHIBITBS GRANULATION TISSUE CONTRACTION
SYSTEMIC INJECTION OF THROMBIN PEPTIDE TP508 ACCELERATES WOUND HEALING IN DIABETIC MICE
THE IMPORTANCE OF STEM CELLS IN A BILAYERED LIVING CELLULAR CONSTRUCT USED TO HEAL CHRONIC WOUNDS
ABSENCE OF CD4+ T CELLS CHANGES PROFILES OF CYTOKINE EXPRESSION IN SKIN WOUNDS, BUT DOES NOT IMPAIR HEALING
THE FEASIBILITY OF CELL-ENCAPSULATED FIBRIN BEADS
ENDOGLIN REGULATES TRANSFORMING GROWTH FACTOR-BETA SIGNALING AND TYPE II COLLAGEN PRODUCTION IN CHONDROCYTES: RELEVANCE TO CARTILAGE REPAIR
MECHANISMS OF A SINGLE-PHASE TISSUE REGENERATION
DIABETIC WOUND NEOVASCULARIZATION AND HEALING IN AN MMP9-/- MOUSE MODEL
LAMININ ALPHA 5 PROMOTES ENDOTHELIAL CELL MIGRATION VIA INTEGRIN AVB3 AND FAK
ENGULFMENT OF APOPTOTIC CELLS INDUCES MICRORNA-21 EXPRESSION AND SWITCHES HUMAN MACROPHAGES FROM A PRO-INFLAMMATORY TO ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PHENOTYPE
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A POINT-OF-CARE DIAGNOSTIC OF WOUND STATUS
GENE EXPRESSION ANALYSIS OF INCISIONS TREATED WITH CLOSED INCISION MANAGEMENT
ALTERED REDOX ENVIRONMENT IN TNFSF14/LIGHT GENE-DEFICIENT MICE IMPAIRED WOUNDS MIMICS THAT PRESENT IN HUMAN CHRONIC WOUNDS
MANIPULATION OF SPECIFIC REDOX PARAMETERS IN THE WOUND ENVIRONMENT CAN CREATE AND REVERSE CHRONIC WOUNDS
ELEVATED LEVELS OF REACTIVE OXYGEN SPECIES IN DIABETIC WOUNDS LEAD TO COLONIZATION OF THE WOUND BY BIOFILM PRODUCING BACTERIA
TRANSFECTION OF MURINE DERMIS VIA TOPICAL DNA PLASMID DELIVERY
IN VITRO HEMOSTATIC, HYDROGEN PEROXIDE PRODUCTION AND ELASTASE SEQUESTRATION PROPERTIES OF NONWOVEN ULTRA CLEAN GREIGE COTTON DRESSING
EVALUATION OF AN IN VITRO DISK DIFFUSION AND PATHOGEN RECOVERY METHOD TO ASSESS EFFICACY OF ANTIMICROBIAL WOUND DRESSINGS
BETA-BLOCKADE UP-REGULATES BETA 2 ADRENERGIC RECEPTOR EXPRESSION IN POSTBURN SCARS
A MODIFIED COLLAGEN GEL ENHANCES HEALING OUTCOME IN A PRECLINICAL SWINE MODEL OF EXCISIONAL WOUNDS
FIRST EVIDENCE OF STERNAL WOUND BIOFILM FOLLOWING CARDIAC SURGERY
MECHANICAL CELL STRESS MODULATES CELL METABOLISM IN AN IN VITRO 3D FIBROBLAST MODEL
DUKE BOOT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC LEG VENOUS ULCERS
THE IMPORTANCE OF TWO CELL TYPES IN A BILAYERED LIVING CELLULAR CONSTRUCT IN RESPONSE TO TNF-ALPHA STIMULUS
ARTIFICIAL DERMIS IS NOT EFFECTIVE FOR RESURFACING BONE-EXPOSING WOUNDS OF GUSTILO-ANDERSON III FRACTURES
WOUND-SITE MACROPHAGES FROM CHRONIC WOUND PATIENTS REGULATES KERATINOCYTE SIGNALING
IMPROVING WOUND HEALING IN PRESSURE SORE RECONSTRUCTION: OUR PROTOCOL AND THE C.O.P. (CONE OF PRESSURE) FLAP
IMPROVEMENT OF HUMAN KERATINOCYTE MIGRATION BY A REDOX ACTIVE BIOELECTRIC DRESSING
KERATINOCYTE-DIRECTED CONDITIONAL ABLATION OF DICER IMPAIRS WOUND HEALING VIA INDUCTION OF P21WAF1/CIP1
TOPICAL 5-AZACYTIDINE ACTS THROUGH FOLLISTATIN/ACTIVIN TO IMPROVE WOUND HEALING IN RODENTS
microRNA IS REQUIRED FOR IN VIVO ANGIOGENESIS
SUCCESS USING A NOVEL SKIN SUBSTITUTE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TREATMENT-RESISTANT LOWER LIMB CHRONIC WOUNDS VERIFIED BY 3-DIMENSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY, FULL-FIELD LASER PERFUSION IMAGING, SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC INTRACUTANEOUS ANALYSIS AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL ASSESSMENT OF SEQUENTIAL BIOPSIES
TAK1 IS REQUIRED FOR DERMAL WOUND HEALING AND HOMEOSTASIS
CONCORDANCE OF NASAL AND DIABETIC FOOT ULCER STAPHYLOCOCCAL COLONIZATION
THE DYNAMIC TRANSCRIPTOME OF REGENERATIVE FETAL AIRWAY MUCOSAL WOUND HEALING
HYALURONAN SUPPLEMENTATION TO A DERMAL SUBSTITUTE ENHANCES REEPITHELIALIZATION AS SHOWN BY A UNIQUE EX VIVO CUTANEOUS ORGAN CULTURE
INCORPORATION OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS INTO A FLOWABLE GEL MATRIX SUBSTITUTE IMPROVES TISSUE FORMATION AND REEPITHELIALIZATION IN A UNIQUE EX VIVO WOUND HEALING MODEL
OPTIMIZATION, EX VIVO ORGAN CULTURE AND ORGANOTYPIC EVALUATION OF SILK FIBROIN ELECTROSPUN NANOFIBROUS SCAFFOLDS AND FILMS FOR CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING
USE OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS TO ENHANCE WOUND HEALING AND REDUCE HYPERTROPHIC SCARS
ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY COMPARISON OF PURE HYPOCHLOROUS ACID (0.01%)* WITH OTHER WOUND AND SKIN CLEANSERS AT NONTOXIC CONCENTRATIONS
PULSE OXIMETER ALARMS SET TO 85% MAY LEAD TO SUBSTANTIAL PERIODS OF HYPOXEMIA DESPITE CONTINUOUS PULSE OXIMETRY
MICRODIALYSIS SAMPLING, A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR STUDYING WOUND HEALING IN LIVE CONSCIOUS ANIMALS
FIRST IDENTIFICATION OF RESIDENT AND CIRCULATING FIBROCYTES IN DUPUYTREN'S DISEASE TISSUE SHOWN TO BE INHIBITED BY SERUM AMYLOID P: A POTENTIAL SOURCE OF ABNORMAL MYOFIBROBLASTS
CHARACTERIZATION OF WOUND HEALING IN WILD-TYPE MICE USING RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
SYSTEMICALLY ADMINISTERED CURCUMIN CAN SIGNIFICANTLY DECREASE THE NECROSIS AND SCAB FORMATION OF SKIN FLAPS IN A SWINE MODEL
BEHAVIORAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH ACUTE AND CHRONIC WOUNDS AMONG CLIENTS OF AN INJECTION DRUG SYRINGE EXCHANGE PROGRAM
EFFECTS OF VARIOUS TOPICAL ANTIMICROBIALS ON MRSA AND MSSA ORGANISMS
DEVELOPMENT OF A REFINED ISCHEMIC WOUND MODEL WITH INTRINSIC CONTROLS
DIETARY KETONE SUPPLEMENTATION INCREASES BLOOD FLOW AND WOUND CLOSURE IN AN ISCHEMIC WOUND MODEL IN YOUNG AND AGED FISHER RATS
GAS CLUSTER ION BEAM MODIFICATION OF COLLAGEN LEADS TO RAPID TISSUE DIFFERENTIATION
DEVELOPMENT OF A NOVEL, HIGHLY QUANTITATIVE QUALITY IMPROVEMENT MODEL TO EFFECTIVELY REDUCE PEDIATRIC PRESSURE ULCERS
IL-10 RECAPITULATES FETAL REGENERATIVE PHENOTYPE IN POSTNATAL WOUNDS BY STAT3-DEPENDENT EFFECTS ON THE EXTRACELLULAR MATRIX
CCN2 REGULATES KERATINOCYTE ADHESION AND MIGRATION VIA INTEGRIN ALPHA-5/BETA-1
THE NLRP3 INFLAMMASOME CONTRIBUTES TO PERSISTENT INFLAMMATION AND IMPAIRED HEALING IN DIABETES
EXPRESSION AND KINETICS APOPTOTIC MONONUCLEAR CELLS IN BLOOD FLOW OF PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION.
THE CORRELATION BETWEEN HEAT SHOCK PROTEIN EXPRESSION AND APOPTOSIS IN A POPULATION OF MONONUCLEAR CELLS ISOLATED FROM PATIENTS WITH MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
SELENIUM CREAM INHIBITS BIOFILM DEVELOPMENT BY GRAM-POSITIVE WOUND PATHOGENS
NORMALIZING DYSFUNCTIONAL PURINE METABOLISM IN THE DIABETIC REGENERATIVE ENVIRONMENT ACCELERATES CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING
HISTOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF HEALED PORCINE INCISIONS TREATED WITH A CLOSED INCISION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
WHAT IS IN THE WOUND ENVIRONMENT THAT CONVERTS IMMUNE CELLS INTO FIBROBLAST LIKE CELLS?
DEVELOPMENT OF WOUND DRESSING TO CONTROL SCARRING AND CONTRACTURE AFTER BURN INJURIES
SANDWICH-TYPE NANOFIBER SCAFFOLDS WITH SQUARE ARRAYED WELLS AND STRUCTURED CUES FOR SKIN REGENERATION APPLICATIONS
HEALING EFFECT OF LASER MICROPORE PORCINE ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRIX COMBINED WITH SPLIT-THICKNESS AUTOGRAFT COMPOSITES ON FULL-THICKNESS CUTANEOUS WOUNDS
ANTIBIOTIC-FREE MINIMALIZED NOVEL PLAMID VECTOR CAN TOPICALLY TRANSFECT KGF GENE THROUGH SCAR TISSUE WITHOUT ENHANCERS AND IMPROVE QUALITY OF SCARS FROM DIABETIC WOUNDS
INCREASED BACTERIAL RESISTANCE TO EMPIRIC ANTIBIOTIC TREATMENT IN CHRONIC WOUNDS
DERMIS REGENERATION FROM BIOMIMETIC SCAFFOLD: A CLINICALLY TRANSLATED THERMOPLASTIC BIOMATERIAL THAT IS A “BIO”COACERVATE OF PURIFIED FREEFORM ECM COMPONENTS
TEMPORAL CHANGES IN EPITHELIALIZATION AND DERMIS IN HEALING DIABETIC AND NONDIABETIC WOUNDS: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS USING A GENETICALLY MODIFIED MOUSE MODEL
DEVELOPMENT AND OPTIMIZATION OF EX VIVO HUMAN SKIN ORGAN CULTURES FOR LONG-TERM WOUND HEALING STUDIES
EX VIVO VERIFICATION WITH HISTOLOGY OF THE EFFECT OF PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY IN REDUCTION OF KELOID SCAR VOLUME
LOW ENERGY DOSE PHOTODYNAMIC THERAPY ALTERS SKIN ARCHITECTURE OF STRIAE DISTENSAE
A NOVEL MICROBIAL DEFENSE SYSTEMS AGENT INHIBITS BIOFILM DEVELOPMENT BY GRAM-POSITIVE AND GRAMNEGATIVE WOUND PATHOGENS
EFFECTS OF GASEOUS NITRIC OXIDE ON THE REDUCTION OF BACTERIAL LOAD IN PORCINE INFECTED WOUND MODEL
THE EFFECT OF PULSED RADIO FREQUENCY ELECTROMAGNETIC (PRFE) FIELDS ON ORGANOTYPIC CULTURES OF NONDIABETC AND DIABETIC TISSUE USING RT-PCR AND MICROARRAY ANALYSIS
LACTOBACILLUS REUTERI INCREASES THE REEPITHELIALIZATION RATE OF MODEL WOUNDS BY STIMULATING KERATINOCYTE PROLIFERATION
HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE (HFDS) INCREASES DERMAL ANTIOXIDANTS AND IMPROVES REEPITHELIALIZATION OF WOUNDED SKIN EXPLANTS FROM YOUNG AND AGED DONORS
PGLCNAC NANOFIBERS STIMULATE INCREASED TENSILE STRENGTH AND REDUCED SCARRING VIA ACTIVATION OF AKT1
A TOPICAL OINTMENT CONTAINING NITRIC OXIDE LOADED ZEOLITE ACCELERATES HEALING IN OBESE RAT WOUNDS
ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY OF A TOPICAL OINTMENT CONTAINING NITRIC OXIDE LOADED ZEOLITE
ADMINISTRATION OF BASIC FIBROBLAST GROWTH FACTOR (BFGF) THROUGH SELF-DISSOLVING MICRONEEDLES FOR LOCAL THERAPY OF SKIN
DIFFERENTIAL PROTEOMIC ANALYSES IDENTIFY AN INVERSE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN YM1 EXPRESSION, A MARKER OF ALTERNATIVELY ACTIVATED MACROPHAGES, AND MRL REGENERATIVE REPAIR
FIXED IT! PROTECTING AGAINST DEVICE-RELATED PRESSURE ULCERS AT UC DAVIS MEDICAL CENTER
DRAWTEX REDUCES VIRULENCE FACTOR PRESENCE IN MRSAINFECTED BURN WOUNDS
FULL-THICKNESS SPLINTED SKIN WOUND HEALING MODELS IN DB/DB AND HETEROZYGOUS MICE: IMPLICATIONS FOR WOUND HEALING IMPAIRMENT
THE PRESENCE OF STAPHYLOCOCCAL BIOFILM IMPAIRS CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING IN A MYD88-DEPENDENT MANNER
TOPICAL STATINS ACCELERATE WOUND CLOSURE IN VIVO BY UNIQUE MOLECULAR MECHANISM
CHANGING TREATMENT PARADIGMS: C-MYC IS A PREDICTIVE BIOMARKER OF HEALING OUTCOME OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS
DYNAMIC BALANCE AND FUNCTIONAL MOBILITY IN PERSONS WITH VENOUS ULCERS
HUMAN ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELL CONDITIONED MEDIA ACCELERATES CLOSURE IN AN ISCHEMIC WOUND MODEL
TREATMENT OF THERMAL INJURY OF THE NAIL BED WITH INTACT NAIL MATRIX AND EFFECTS ON NAIL BED REGENERATION
TOPICALLY APPLIED PDGF-BB DOES NOT ACCELERATE WOUND HEALING IN DIABETIC MICE WITH SPLINTED FULL-THICKNESS DERMAL WOUNDS
IN VITRO CHARACTERIZATION OF SCAFFOLD-FREE THREE-DIMENSIONAL STEM CELL AGGREGATES FOR WOUND REPAIR AND REGENERATION
EVALUATION OF CELLULAR THERAPY HP802-247 IN MURINE MODELS
INCREASED TGF-BETA ACTIVATION IN THE SKIN OF PATIENTS WITH SPINAL CORD INJURIES IS A POTENTIAL RISK FACTOR FOR DEVELOPING PRESSURE ULCERS
TGF-β3 EXPRESSION CORRELATES WITH EPITHELIALIZATION INDEX DURING THE TREATMENT OF PARTIAL THICKNESS BURN WOUNDS
USE OF HERBAL AGENTS FOR COLD INJURED WOUND HEALING
INHIBITION OF BASAL AND PDGF-INDUCED CELL MIGRATION IN DUPUYTREN'S CONTRACTURE-DERIVED FIBROBLASTS BY CYCLIC AMP
BIOBURDEN DOES NOT DEFINE SPLIT THICKNESS SKIN GRAFT (STSG) TAKE IN THE LOWER EXTREMITY
SURGICAL DEBRIDEMENT ALONE DOES NOT ADEQUATELY REDUCE PLANKTONIC BIOBURDEN IN CHRONIC LOWER EXTREMITY WOUNDS
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ENHANCES CELL AND MATRIX INTERACTION: EVIDENCE BY A COMBINED IN VITRO AND EX VIVO STUDY USING A NOVEL DONUT-SHAPED HUMAN CUTANEOUS ORGAN CULTURE MODEL EVALUATED IN A CUSTOM-MADE CHAMBER
BIOLOGICAL NETWORKING IDENTIFIES DIFFERENT GENE RELATIONSHIPS FROM GENE EXPRESSION PATTERNS IN CHRONIC PRESSURE ULCERS FROM SPINAL CORD INJURY PATIENTS
NOVEL BIOACTIVE PEPTIDES ACCELERATE CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING IN VIVO
NOVEL MICROENVIRONMENT FOR STIMULATION OF DIABETIC HEART REPAIR FOLLOWING INJURY
IDENTIFICATION OF FORKHEAD BOX L2, ASPORIN AND FIBRONECTIN AS BIOMARKERS IN KELOID DISEASE: DEMONSTRATED BY GENOMIC, TRANSCRIPTOMIC AND PROTEOMIC STUDIES AND FUNCTIONAL ASSAYS
IDENTIFICATION OF NOVEL MOLECULAR DESCRIPTORS IN DUPUYTREN'S DISEASE BY FUNCTIONAL VALIDATION OF AKT AND WNT SIGNALING PATHWAYS DERIVED FROM NETWORK PATHWAY ANALYSIS
FIBRINOGEN FORMULATION AND CONCENTRATION AFFECTS HUMAN KERATINOCYTE PROLIFERATION AND DEGRADATION
INHIBITION OF WOUND CLOSURE THROUGH NOVEL NONGENOMIC GLUCOCORTICOID PATHWAY THAT ACTIVATES BETA-CATENIN AND C-MYC
DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND OPTIMIZATION OF NOVEL IN VITRO 3D COLLAGEN LATTICE MODEL TO ASSESS THE EFFECT OF MECHANO-RESPONSIVE GENES IN KELOID AND NORMAL SKIN FIBROBLASTS
A MURINE MODEL OF BIOFILM-INFECTED DIABETIC PRESSURE ULCERS
FIRST DEMONSTRATION OF THE POTENT AND SELECTIVE INHIBITORY EFFECT OF NOVEL SMALL MOLECULE ALK5 INHIBITOR (GW788388) IN DISRUPTION OF TGF-BETA/ALK5/SMAD SIGNALING IN KELOID DISEASE
UNDERSTANDING CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR EFFECT OF NOVEL ANTI-TGF RII DOMAIN ANTIBODY IN SELECTIVE INHIBITION OF TGF-BETA SIGNALING IN FIBROSIS: UTILIZATION OF KELOID TISSUE AS A FIBROTIC DISEASE MODEL
CLINICAL STUDY TO EXAMINE SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE OF RECOMBINANT HUMAN COLLAGEN WOUND DRESSING FOR TREATMENT OF LEG ULCERS
M1/M2 SKIN MACROPHAGE PHENOTYPE IS ALTERED IN DIABETES
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ENHANCES ACUTE CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING: VERIFIED BY 3-DIMENSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY, FULL-FIELD LASER PERFUSION IMAGING, BIOELECTRIC FIELD IMAGER AND SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC INTRACUTANEOUS ANALYSIS IN A MULTIPLE TIME POINT HUMAN VOLUNTEER RANDOMISED CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIAL
UNDERSTANDING THE EFFECT OF PROTEIN COATINGS ON CELL-SURFACE INTERACTION AND PHYSICOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF BREAST IMPLANTS: EVALUATED USING TENSILE STRESS TESTING, CONFOCAL LASER MICROSCOPY, AND RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY
CHANGES IN MOLECULAR PROFILES ASSOCIATED WITH WOUND CONTRACTION AND CLOSURE DURING EXCISIONAL WOUND HEALING IN DIABETIC MICE
LOW-INTENSITY (100 MW/CM2) LOW-FREQUENCY (<100KHZ) THERAPEUTIC ULTRASOUND FOR THE TREATMENT OF VENOUS ULCERS: AN IN VITRO AND PILOT HUMAN STUDY
EFFECT OF LOW-INTENSITY VIBRATION ON WOUND HEALING IN DIABETIC MICE
ORF VIRUS HOMOLOGS OF VEGF AND IL-10 ACT SYNERGISTICALLY TO ACCELERATE SKIN REGENERATION AND LIMIT SCARRING
A BILAYERED LIVING CELLULAR CONSTRUCT RESPONDS TO TNF-ALPHA STIMULATION WITH ACTIVE CYTOKINE & GROWTH FACTOR SECRETION
SYSTEMICALLY ADMINISTRATION OF HEMOGLOBIN IMPROVED CHRONIC WOUND HEALING
DOWN-REGULATION OF WNT SIGNALING CONTRIBUTES TO DIABETIC WOUND HEALING IMPAIRMENT
EPITHELIAL REGULATION OF DERMAL FIBROBLASTS THROUGH EPITHELIAL SODIUM CHANNEL
ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIONS OF CARBON MONOXIDERELEASING MOLECULES
THE INCREASE OF MATURE LANGERHANS CELLS IN THE EPIDERMIS OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS CORELLATES WITH HEALING OUTCOME
ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELL TRANSPLANTATION FOR THERAPEUTIC LYMPHANGIOGENESIS IN MICE MODEL OF LYMPHEDEMA
MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL (MSC) TREATMENT IMPROVES DIABETIC WOUND HEALING BY INCREASING MIR-126 AND ANGIOGENESIS
MIR29: A NOVEL REGULATORY FUNCTION OF MIR 29 IN KELOID FORMATION
SECRETED FRIZZLED RELATED PROTEIN 2 ACCELERATES WOUND HEALING IN DIABETES MICE BY PROMOTING A PARACRINE RESPONSE AND ANGIOGENESIS IN BONE MARROWDERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS
NOVEL FIBRONECTIN PEPTIDE P12 PROMOTES CELL SURVIVAL BY AUGMENTING SURVIVAL SIGNALS FROM PDGF-BB THROUGH MACROPINOCYTOISIS TRAFFICKING
23rd Annual Meeting of the Wound Healing Society; SAWC Spring/WHS Joint Meeting; Silver (25th) Anniversary of the Wound Healing Society
When will the war end?
Historical foundations of wound healing and its potential for acceleration: dose-response considerations
The role of skin substitutes in the management of chronic cutaneous wounds
Empiric evidence for a genetic contribution to predisposition to surgical site infection
Randomized controlled trial on collagen/oxidized regenerated cellulose/silver treatment
Microfluidic wound bandage: Localized oxygen modulation of collagen maturation
Transgenic mice overexpressing CD109 in the epidermis display decreased inflammation and granulation tissue and improved collagen architecture during wound healing
Mannose reduces hyaluronan and leukocytes in wound granulation tissue and inhibits migration and hyaluronan-dependent monocyte binding
Using a continuum model to predict closure time of gaps in intestinal epithelial cell layers
Noncontact, low-frequency ultrasound as an effective therapy against Pseudomonas aeruginosa –infected biofilm wounds
BMP-7 attenuates TGF-β1–induced fibroblast-like differentiation of rat dermal papilla cells
The alarmin HMGB-1 influences healing outcomes in fetal skin wounds
Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm aggravates skin inflammatory response in BALB/c mice in a novel chronic wound model
The effects of platelet gel–released supernatant on human fibroblasts
A novel model for simultaneous study of neointestinal regeneration and intestinal adaptation
Impaired tissue regeneration corresponds with altered expression of developmental genes that persists in the metabolic memory state of diabetic zebrafish
Wound blotting: A convenient biochemical assessment tool for protein components in exudate of chronic wounds
Curcumin myths or wonders? A systematic analysis of in vitro studies
Erratum