Wound duration and healing rates: Cause or effect?
Application of stems cells in wound healing—An update
The mechanisms and evidence of efficacy of electrical stimulation for healing of pressure ulcer: A systematic review
The effects of pH on wound healing, biofilms, and antimicrobial efficacy
Honey: An immunomodulator in wound healing
Comparative effectiveness of advanced wound dressings for patients with chronic venous leg ulcers: A systematic review
A randomized, controlled trial of negative pressure wound therapy of pressure ulcers via a novel polyurethane foam
Clinical effect of bovine amniotic membrane and hydrocolloid on wound by laser treatment: Prospective comparative randomized clinical trial
Deregulation of epidermal stem cell niche contributes to pathogenesis of nonhealing venous ulcers
Digital imaging analysis to assess scar phenotype
Glycation of extracellular matrix proteins impairs migration of immune cells
The importance of both fibroblasts and keratinocytes in a bilayered living cellular construct used in wound healing
Mesenchymal stem cell-coated sutures enhance collagen depositions in sutured tissues
Knocking out Smad3 favors allogeneic mouse fetal skin development in adult wounds
Time course of lewisite-induced skin lesions and inflammatory response in the SKH-1 hairless mouse model
A statistical analysis of murine incisional and excisional acute wound models
Angiogenin, an angiogenic factor with potential for tissue engineering applications
Response to Wang et al. comments on “Angiogenin, an angiogenic factor with potential for tissue engineering applications”
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TRANSPARENT MICROFILM DRESSING WITH METALLIC SILVER PARTICLES PREVENTS WOUND INFECTION AND ALLOWS NORMAL WOUND HEALING
FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SUSPECTED DEEP TISSUE INJURY IN NURSING HOMES: ANALYSIS OF NATIONAL MDS 3.0 DATASET
ANALYSIS OF EFFICACY OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELL IN LIPOATROPHY AND RADIATION INJURY
STRIAE DISTENSAE, ALSO DENOMINATED CUTANEOUS STRETCH MARKS, POSE A SIGNIFICANT OVERALL BURDEN ON PATIENTS' QUALITY OF LIFE: A STUDY IN 34 PATIENTS
FACTORS AFFECTING WOUND HEALING IN DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS TREATED WITH SKIN SUBSTITUTES
DYANAMIC BIOMATERIALS COORDINATE COMBINATORIAL GROWTH FACTOR THERAPIES AND PROMOTE THE HEALING OF CHRONIC WOUNDS
ENDOGLIN HAPLOINSUFFICIENCY IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED FIBROTIC PARAMETERS DURING BLEOMYCIN-INDUCED SKIN FIBROSIS
ESTROGEN ACCELERATES REEPITHELIALIZATION IN A NEW MODEL OF IMPAIRED HEALING
LENGTH OF DIABETES INDUCTION IS IMPORTANT FOR STUDYING DELAYED HEALING IN STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETIC RAT WOUNDS
TOPICAL DOCOSAEXAENOIC ACID (DHA) IMPROVES WOUND HEALING IN RODENTS THROUGH THE ACTIVATION OF GPR120
A BILAYERED LIVING CELL CONSTRUCT REDUCES NEUTROPHIL ACTIVITY IN VITRO
A REDOX ACTIVE BIOELECTRIC DRESSING IMPROVES HUMAN KERATINOCYTE MIGRATION
SILVER-ZINC COUPLED BIOELECTRIC DRESSING DISRUPTS BACTERIAL BIOFILM BY TARGETING QUORUM SENSING AND ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE
FEDERALLY FUNDED RESEARCH FOR CUTANEOUS WOUNDS IN 2012
PROTEIN INTEGRATED CERIA-PLGA BIOACTIVE 3D SCAFFOLD FOR TISSUE REGENERATION
EFFECTS OF PROLONGED LPS TREATMENT AND LOW-LEVEL LASER THERAPY ON VIABILITY AND INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES EXPRESSION BY ORAL MUCOSA CELLS
KCNH2 AND KCNJ8 INTERACTIVELY REGULATE SKIN WOUND HEALING AND REGENERATION
HYPEROSMATIC AGENTS CAN ENHANCE ANTIBIOTIC EFFICACY AGAINST MRSA BIOFILMS
A COMPUTATIONAL APPROACH FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SKIN-SPECIFIC HYALURONAN KNOCKOUT MURINE MODEL
IL-10 MEDIATED REGENERATIVE WOUND HEALING IS DEPENDENT ON FIBROBLAST-SPECIFIC STAT3 SIGNALING
PERICYTES PROMOTE DISSOCIATION OF THE NEOVASCULATURE THROUGH CXCR3 SIGNALING
MEASURING COMPETENCY IN RESIDENT TEACHING USING WOUND CARE EDUCATION AND SUTURING SKILLS
RURAL RESIDENCE, DUAL USE, AND CHRONIC WOUND OUTCOMES AMONG VETERANS
WOUND CLOSURE IS ACCELERATED BY CHRYSIN IN A MURINE SPLINTED CUTANEOUS EXCISIONAL WOUND MODEL
STATHMIN 1 DISPLAYS A PRO-INFLAMMATORY EFFECT BENEFICIAL FOR WOUND HEALING
TREATMENT OF PRESSURE ULCERS WITH AUTOLOGOUS BONE MARROW–DERIVED MONONUCLEAR CELLS, PLATELET GEL, ORC AND SURGICAL CLOSURE MAY IMPROVE WOUND HEALING OUTCOMES IN SCI PATIENTS
POLYELECTROLYTE- AND FOAM-BASED SCAFFOLDS FOR HEART TISSUE ENGINEERING
MRSA BIOFILMS DEPLETE OXYGEN WITHIN SKIN EXPLANTS
CHARACTERIZATION OF ROBUST STEM CELLS IN A BILAYERED LIVING CELLULAR CONSTRUCT USED TO HEAL CHRONIC WOUNDS
FIDGETIN-LIKE 2: A NOVEL MICROTUBULE-BASED REGULATOR OF WOUND HEALING
CARTILAGE CELLS INDUCE AND DECIDE THE PATTERN REGENERATION IN TISSUE TRANSLATION AMPHIBIAN LIMB MODELS
INJURY AND INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINES REGULATE EXPRESSION OF PIGMENT EPITHELIUM-DERIVED FACTOR IN SKIN
THE EFFECT OF DIFFERENT GROWTH FACTOR COMBINATIONS AND TISSUE EXTRACTS ON REGENERATION ACROSS A SEGMENT DEFECT IN THE AXOLOTL FIBULA
HYPERSPECTRAL IMAGING FOR PROSPECTIVE CLINICAL EVALUATION OF SKIN PERFUSION AFTER RADIATION THERAPY
FIBROBLASTS FROM THE ELDERLY FAIL TO EXERT SUFFICIENT TENSION ON FIBRONECTIN FIBRILS TO EXPOSE A CRITICAL, CRYPTIC, PLATELET-DERIVED GROWTH FACTOR ENHANCER FOR CELL GROWTH AND SURVIVAL
CONTINUOUS VACUUM-ASSISTED CLOSURE LIMITS EPITHELIAL DOWNGROWTH AROUND PERCUTANEOUS DEVICES
IDENTIFICATION OF HUMAN-SPECIFIC GENES, EXPRESSION IN HUMAN LEUKOCYTES AND THEIR DETECTION AFTER INJURY IN NEXT GENERATION MICE RECONSTITUTED WITH HUMAN HEMATOLYMPHOID SYSTEMS
A MODIFIED COLLAGEN GEL IMPROVES ACUTE PHASE INFLAMMATION AND RESOLUTION RESPONSE IN WOUND HEALING
MACROPHAGE MFG-E8 RESOLVES WOUND INFLAMMATION AND DRIVES WOUND ANGIOGENESIS
NOVEL RARE EARTH OXIDE ACCELERATES ANGIOGENESIS AND WOUND HEALING BY DECREASING OXIDATIVE STRESS AND CONTROLLING LOCAL OXYGEN ENVIRONMENT
INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL–DERIVED CONDITIONED MEDIUM ALLEVIATE HYPERTROPHIC SCARS VIA INHIBITING TISSUE FIBROSIS AND LOCAL INFLAMMATION
GRANULATION RESPONSE OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY WITH INSTILLATION INCLUDES GENE EXPRESSION VARIATIONS WHILE MAINTAINING TISSUE QUALITY COMPARED TO CONTINUOUS AND NONCONTINUOUS NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY IN A PORCINE MODEL
LIPIDOMICS APPROACH TO DETERMINE THE ALTERATIONS IN LIPID PROFILES DURING IMPAIRED WOUND HEALING
SUSTAINED RELEASE OF INSULIN FROM ALGINATE DRESSINGS ENHANCES HEALING OF BURNS
ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF BIOFILM-PRODUCING WOUND BIOFLORA IS REVERSABLE BY ANTIOXIDANT TREATMENT
A NOVEL TRANSDERMAL DELIVERY SYSTEM INCREASES THE EFFICACY OF DEFEROXAMINE IN A MURINE WOUND-HEALING MODEL
AGING IMPAIRS THE NEOVASCULAR POTENTIAL OF ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS AND SELECTIVELY DEPLETES CELLULAR SUBPOPULATIONS
A COMPARISON OF HEMORRHAGE CONTROL AND HYDROGEN PEROXIDE GENERATION IN COMMERCIAL AND COTTON-BASED WOUND DRESSING MATERIALS
WOUND HEALING AND ANGIOTENSIN RECEPTORS
COMPARISON OF LIVING AND ACELLULAR CONSTRUCTS IN RESPONSE TO TNF-ALPHA STIMULUS
WOUND HEALING MODALITY COMPARISON: BIOACTIVE RESPONSE TO AN IN VITRO CHRONIC WOUND MODEL
HUMAN MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS REVERSE HYPOXIA-MEDIATED SUPPRESSION OF α-SMOOTH MUSCLE ACTIN EXPRESSION IN HUMAN DERMAL FIBROBLASTS
MECHANICALLY ROBUST ELECTROSPUN BICOMPONENT FIBERS FOR WOUND CARE APPLICATIONS
APPLICATION OF FREE FLOW-THROUGH ANTEROLATERAL THIGH FLAP FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE EXTREMITY SOFT TISSUE DEFECTS REQUIRING REVASCULARIZATION
MIXED-SPECIES BIOFILM COMPROMISES WOUND HEALING BY DISRUPTING EPIDERMAL BARRIER FUNCTION IN A FULL THICKNESS BURN WOUND MODEL
NONINVASIVE CHARACTERIZATION OF PORCINE WOUND HEALING USING A CLINICAL HIGH RESOLUTION HARMONIC ULTRASOUND VIDEO IMAGING SYSTEM
A MODIFIED COLLAGEN GEL DRESSING PROMOTES ANGIOGENESIS IN A PRECLINICAL SWINE MODEL OF CHRONIC ISCHEMIC WOUNDS
CONDITIONAL DELETION OF DICER IN KERATINOCYTES COMPROMISE SKIN BARRIER FUNCTION POSTWOUNDING VIA INDUCTION OF P21 WAF1/CIP1
A NEW ROLE FOR THE MULTIFUNCTIONAL WOUND HEALING AGENT CALRETICULIN (CRT) IN COMBATING INFECTION: SIGNIFICANCE FOR TREATING DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS
MEDICAL HONEY MAY DECREASE PRO-INFLAMMATORY CYTOKINE PRODUCTION IN CHRONICALLY INFECTED VENOUS LEG ULCERS
SHARP DEBRIDEMENT REDUCES BIOFILM MORE ROBUSTLY THAN PLANKTONIC BACTERIA IN CHRONIC VENOUS LEG ULCERS
DIFFERENTIAL RATE OF AUTOGRAFT, ALLOGRAFT AND COLLAGEN-GAG DERMAL SUBSTITUTE ENGRAFTMENT IN CUTANEOUS WOUNDS IS REGUALTED BY NOVEL MEDIATORS OF REPAIR INVOLVED IN REEPITHELIALIZATION, FIBROPLASIA AND REMODELLING EVIDENCED BY MULTIPLE SEQUENTIAL BIOPSIES
OPTICAL COHERENCE TOMOGRAPHY IS A VALUABLE NONINVASIVE TOOL FOR ASSESSMENT OF CUTANEOUS REPAIR AND INITIATION OF DERMAL FIBROSIS: A HISTOLOGICAL AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF TIME-MATCHED BIOPSIES OF ACUTE HUMAN WOUNDS TREATED WITH SKIN SUBSITUTES COMPARED TO SECONDARY INTENTION CLOSURE
TREATMENT OF ACUTE WOUNDS WITH HUMAN ACELLULAR DERMIS RESULTS IN INCREASED WOUND BED ANGIOGENESIS IDENTIFIED BY MULTIMODAL IMAGING AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSES SHOWING UP-REGULATION OF CD31, PROK2 AND HIF2α COUPLED WITH DOWN-REGULATION OF HIF3α GENES
THE MECHANISM OF SKIN FIBROSIS: EPIGENETIC SILENCING OF MULTIPLE MMP GENES DURING TRANSDIFFERENTIATION OF DERMAL FIBROBLASTS INTO MYOFIBROBLASTS
HOST RESPONSE, MICROBIOME AND CONSEQUNECES FOR WOUND HEALNG
TARGETED METABOLIC PROFILING OF DIABETIC WOUNDS
ANALYSIS OF THE CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR EFFECTS OF ELECTROSPUN FIBER DIAMETER IN SILK FIBROIN SCAFFOLDS AND EVALUATION USING A UNIQUE EX VIVO HUMAN CUTANEOUS WOUND MODEL
IMPROVING THE PERFORMANCE OF COLLAGEN-GLYCOSAMINOGLCAN SCAFFOLDS AND GELS THROUGH INCORPORATING HYALURONAN, VIABLE STEM AND SOMATIC CELLS
LOCAL BURN INJURY PROMOTES CHOLINERGIC DYSREGULATION IN HUMAN EPIDERMIS
OVEREXPRESSION OF HIF-1α ENHANCES WOUND HEALING CAPABILITY OF ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS AND DECREASES DISTAL FLAP NECROSIS
BLOOD-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS PROMOTE WOUND HEALING
COMPARISON OF THERAPEUTIC ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELL DELIVERY METHODS FOR THE TREATMENT OF CUTANEOUS WOUNDS
GENE EXPRESSION PATHWAY ANALYSIS OF FETAL SKIN AND WOUNDS
IN VIVO COMPETITION OF TUMORS AND FULL THICKNESS EXCISIONAL WOUNDS
A NOVEL IMMUNE COMPETENT MURINE HYPERTROPHIC SCAR CONTRACTURE MODEL: A TOOL TO ELUCIDATE DISEASE MECHANISM AND DEVELOP NEW THERAPIES
FIBROCYTE BEHAVIOR RELATIVE TO BLOOD VESSELS UNDER SKIN WOUND HEALING
SILENCING c-JUN SIGNALING ACCELERATES ISCHEMIC WOUND HEALING IN THE ELDERLY
MTDNA VARIANTS REGULATE THE PROCESS OF WOUND HEALING BY ALTERING THE LEVELS OF INTRACELLULAR ROS IN FIBROBLASTS
MECHANICAL MODULATION OF WOUND HEALING VIA CELL-MATRIX INTERACTIONS AND CONTROL OF INFLAMMATORY PATHWAYS IN A LARGE ANIMAL MODEL
BIOMIMETIC COATINGS FOR PREVENTING CONTINUOUS WOUND HEALING AND ASSOCIATED EPITHELIAL DOWNGROWTH AROUND THE PERCUTANEOUS IMPLANTS
WORD(S) ON THE STREET: AN EXPLORATION OF THE PATIENT EXPERIENCE AMONG ACTIVE AND FORMER INJECTION DRUG USERS PARTICIPATING IN A COMMUNITY-BASED MOBILE WOUND CARE CLINIC
THE EFFECT OF INTERLEUKIN 15 ON AN IN VITRO MODEL OF HUMAN KERATINOCYTE CELL MIGRATION IN WOUND HEALING
A NOVEL MECHANISM OF REGULATION OF KERATINOCYTE MIGRATION BY CAVEOLIN-1
A VALIDATED NOVEL 3D ORGANOTYPIC KELOID MODEL OFFERS INVESTIGATIVE POTENTIAL OVER TRADITIONAL MONOLAYER STUDIES BY EVALUATING EPITHELIAL-MESENCHYMAL INTERACTIONS USING A TARGETED WHOLE GENOME ARRAY AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL APPROACH
NOVEL APPLICATION OF LASER CAPTURE MICRODISSECTION TO ELUCIDATE THE ROLE OF EPITHELIAL-MESENCHYMAL INTERACTIONS IN SITE-SPECIFIC KELOID TISSUE BY WHOLE GENOME EXPRESSION PROFILING AND IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY
USE OF INTEGRA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEX HAND WOUNDS FROM CANCER RESECTION AND NON–BURN TRAUMA
TREATMENT OF SCC WITH FLIGHTLESS NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODY BLOCKS CELL INVASION AND REDUCES TUMOR GROWTH IN MICE
CONSTRUCTION OF SKIN TISSUE ON BIODEGRADABLE AND BIOMIMETIC SCAFFOLD USING ADIPOSE-DERIVED MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS
HYDROPHOBIC DRESSING PREVENTS MACROPHAGE STIMULATION VIA CONTROL OF BACTERIAL GROWTH: AN IN VITRO STUDY
CONTRACTED CAPSULE FIBROBLAST CONDITIONED MEDIA INDUCES INCREASED CONTRACTION OF A NORMAL BREAST TISSUE DERIVED FIBROBLAST-POPULATED 3D COLLAGEN LATTICE: A QRT-PCR, CYTOKINE ARRAY AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMISTRY APPROACH TO EXPLORE THE ROLE OF MAMMARY FIBROBLASTS IN INDUCTION OF CAPSULAR CONTRACTURE FORMATION
NOVEL CONCEPT, DESIGN, DEVELOPMENT AND FABRICATION OF NANO AND MICRON SCALE TOPOGRAPHIES ON SILICONE SURFACES WITH BIOLOGICAL DATA OF SIGNIFICANTLY ENHANCED CELL ATTACHMENT, PROLIFERATION AND SURVIVAL WITH DIMINISHED INFLAMMATORY GENOTYPE AND CYTOKINE PROFILE: A NEW PARADIGM FOR BIOCOMPATIBLE IMPLANTS
AN IN VIVO EFFICACY EVALUATION OF VARIOUS WOUND TREATMENT PRODUCTS FOR THEIR RELATIVE DEBRIDEMENT ACTIVITY, USING A PORCINE WOUND ESCHAR MODEL
IN VITRO BURN MODEL ILLUSTRATING HEAT CONDUCTION PATTERNS USING LAMINATED THERMAL PAPERS
NEXT GENERATION ANIMAL MODELS FOR INJURY RESEARCH USING MICE TRANSPLANTED WITH A HUMAN HEMATO-LYMPHOID SYSTEM: INJURY-INDUCED HUMAN LEUKOCYTE MOBILIZATION
TOPICAL DELIVERY OF ULTRAHIGH CONCENTRATIONS OF GENTAMICIN ARE HIGHLY EFFECTIVE IN REDUCING BACTERIAL LEVELS IN INFECTED PORCINE FULL-THICKNESS WOUNDS
A POLYURETHANE FOAM WOUND DRESSING CONTAINING A BOUND CATIONIC POLYMER RAPIDLY KILLS PLANKTONIC BACTERIA AND PREVENTS BIOFILM FORMATION IN THE PRESENCE OF SERUM
ELECTROSPUN ELASTOMERIC SCAFFOLDS: A BIOENGINEERED APPROACH TO PREVENT HYPERTROPHIC SCAR CONTRACTURE
THE OBSERVATION OF THE MICROPOROUS ACELLULAR DERMAL SCAFFOLD (LPADM) AND BONE MARROW STROMAL CELLS (MSC) INDUCE SKIN ACCESSORY CELLS REGENERATE IN VIVO
ADIPOSE-DERIVED STROMAL CELL FUNCTION IS REGULATED BY SDF-1
ENDOTHELIAL CELL–DERIVED SDF-1 REGULATES NEOVASCULARIZATION DURING WOUND HEALING
AGE-DEPENDENT IMPAIRMENT OF LNCRNA LETHE EXPRESSION IN DIABETIC FIBROBLASTS
BIOFILM IDENTIFICATION AND QUANTIFICATION UTILIZING SIMPLE STAINS AND SPECTROPHOTOMETRY IN CHRONIC WOUND BIOPSY SAMPLES
EVALUATION OF NEGATIVE PRESSURE WOUND THERAPY IN OUR FIVE AND A HALF YEARS EXPERIENCE
GRAFTING OF AUTOLOGOUS SKIN (DERMIS AND EPIDERMIS) SUBSTITUTES RECONSTRUCTED USING A TISSUE ENGINEERING METHOD: A SUCCESS ON BURN PATIENTS
ASSOCIATION BETWEEN HOSPITAL LENGTH OF STAY AND DIABETIC FOOT ULCER CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS
THE MICROBIOLOGIC PROFILE OF DIABETIC FOOT INFECTIONS IN TURKEY: A 20 YEAR SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
CONTROLLED RELEASE OF NITRIC OXIDE THROUGH ZEOLITE SACHETS
STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING GROWTH FACTOR FUNCTION IN DIABETIC WOUNDS
REDUCTION OF MULTI–DRUG RESISTANT PATHOGENS AND ASSOCIATED VIRULENCE FACTORS IN A BURN WOUND INFECTION MODEL: FURTHER UNDERSTANDING OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A HYDROCONDUCTIVE DRESSING
EFFECTS OF LOW LEVEL LASER AND GROWTH FACTOR ON GINGIVAL FIBROBLASTS FROM YOUNG AND OLD PATIENTS
NEW TOPICAL FORMULATION OF NITRIC OXIDE ENHANCES ANTIMICROBIAL EFFICACY AND DECEREASES VIRULENCE FACTOR EXPRESSION IN VIVO
TOPICAL MEVASTATIN AND SIMVASTATIN INDUCE ANGIOGENESIS AND ACCELERATE WOUND CLOSURE IN VIVO
FOOD SUFFICIENCY AND NUTRITION ASSESSMENT IN PERSONS WITH INJECTION-RELATED VENOUS ULCERS
MUTANT ABCC6 −/− MOUSE AS A MODEL FOR HETEROTOPIC OSSIFICATION FOLLOWING THERMAL INJURY
TREATMENT FOR BOVINE MASTITIS USING IODINE (I 2 ) VAPOR BUBBLE INFUSION AS A WOUND ANTIMICROBIAL THERAPY
TRANSCRIPTIONAL ANALYSES OF NONHEALING VENOUS ULCERS TREATED WITH A BILAYERED LIVING CELLULAR CONSTRUCT REVEALS TWO DISTINCT PROFILES THAT CORRELATE WITH CLINICAL OUTCOMES
STRENGTHENING BARRIERS: SUCCESSFUL STRENGTHENING OF COMPROMISED SKIN WITH PREVIOUSLY DISCUSSED NOVEL MINIMALLY INVASIVE APPROACH USING A KERATINOCYTE GROWTH FACTOR-1 PLASMID
WOUND HEALING OF OBESE FEMALE OSSABAW SWINE
INCREASE IN CYCLIC AMP LEVELS REDUCED BASAL AND PDGF-INDUCED CELL CONTRACTION IN DUPUYTREN'S CONTRACTURE–DERIVED FIBROBLASTS
INDUCTION OF PYROPTOSIS, AN INFLAMMATORY FORM OF CELL DEATH, IN NONHEALING DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS CONTRIBUTES TO PROLONGED INFLAMMATION
UTILIZATION OF PCR AND IN CELL WESTERN BLOTTING TO EVALUATE AKT/PI3K/MTOR SIGNALING IN FIBROBLASTS AFTER TLR STIMULATION
EVALUATION OF WOUND HEALING AND BIOCOMPATIBILITY OF HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE (HFDS*) COMBINED WITH AN ANTIMICROBIAL BARRIER SILVER DRESSING (AC # ) IN AN ATHYMIC RAT FULL-THICKNESS DERMAL WOUND HEALING MODEL
EVALUATION OF WOUND HEALING EFFECTS OF A LIVING HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE (V-HFDS*), NONVIABLE HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE (NV-HFDS) AND 90:10 POLYGLYCOLIDE-CO-L-LACTIDE (PGLLA # ) MESH SCAFFOLD IN A FULL-THICKNESS DERMAL WOUND MODEL IN ATHYMIC RATS
EXPRESSION OF HUMAN FIBRONECTIN AND COLLAGEN TYPE I IN ATHYMIC RAT FULL-THICKNESS DERMAL WOUNDS TREATED WITH EITHER LIVING HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE (V-HFDS*), NONVIABLE HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE (NV-HFDS) OR 90:10 POLYGLYCOLIDE-CO-L-LACTIDE (PGLLA # ) MESH SCAFFOLD
ASSESSMENT OF BURN WOUND TISSUE IN SITU BY MULTIPHOTON MICROSCOPY EMPLOYING FLUORESCENCE AND SECOND HARMONIC GENERATION CONTRASTS IN LIVE ANIMALS
DISTINCT MICROBIAL SPECIES IN ACUTE AND CHRONIC WOUNDS IN ACTIVE INJECTION DRUG USERS AND POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS FOR PREVENTION AND TREATMENT
SELF-CARE AND RISK REDUCTION HABITS IN OLDER INJECTION DRUG USERS WITH CHRONIC WOUNDS
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF ADSC YIELDING, PROLIFERATION AND DIFFERENTIATION FROM IRRADIATED PORCINE SUBCUTANEOUS FAT
DERMAL FIBROBLASTS FROM THE DUROC PIG EXHIBIT A CONSTITUTIVE MYOFIBROBLAST PHENOTYPE AND DIMINISHED RESPONSIVENESS TO TGF-β1
CAN ANTISEPTICS WITH MODERN WOUND DRESINGS HAVE BENEFICIAL EFFECT ON VENOUS LEG ULCERS TREATMENT? CLINICAL AND MICROBIOLOGICAL ASPECTS
GENOMIC INSIGHT INTO MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF BILAYERED LIVING CELLULAR CONSTRUCT NONHEALING VENOUS LEG ULCERS
DIFFERENTIAL EXPRESSION OF TENSION-RELATED BIOMARKERS IN SCAR FIBROBLASTS AND TISSUE HELPS WITH DISTINGUISHING HYPERTROPHIC FROM KELOID SCARS
ALTERED KERATIN 7 EXPRESSION IN KELOID KERATINOCYTES IS REGULATED BY TGF-β SIGNALING: POTENTIAL ROLE IN EPITHELIAL-MESENCHYMAL TRANSITION
CARD9 DOES NOT AFFECT ACUTE WOUND HEALING
THE ROLES OF EARLY GROWTH RESPONSE SIGNALING IN MULTIPOTENTIAL STROMAL CELLS ON INFLAMMATION AND FIBROSIS
INVOLVEMENT OF INVARIANT NATURAL KILLER T CELLS IN THE ACUTE WOUND HEALING IN SKIN
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATIONS OF THE EFFECTS OF STAPHYLOCOCCAL ENTEROTOXINS ON SKIN CELLS
MAST CELL STABILIZATION: A POTENTIAL TREATMENT FOR DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS
DRESSINGS CONTAINING HIGHER OXIDATIVE STATES OF SILVER EXHIBIT POTENT ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY AND PROMOTE WOUND REEPITHELIALIZTION
EFFECTS OF MINOCYCLINE, CLINDAMYCIN, AND GENTAMICIN ON KERATINOCYTES AND FIBROBLASTS IN VITRO
TOPICAL ANTIBIOTIC DELIVERY PLATFORM FOR THE TREATMENT OF INFECTED PORCINE BURNS
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ENHANCES AND ACCELERATES PROCESS OF ACUTE CUTANEOUS REPAIR BY REDUCING WOUND SIZE, INCREASING BLOOD FLOW AND DECREASING MELANIN: SIGNIFICANT FINDINGS OBSERVED ACROSS TWO CONTROLLED HUMAN CLINICAL TRIALS
NONINVASIVE ASSESSMENT OF SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL CHANGES IN VASCULAR PERFUSION DURING THE PROCESS OF ACUTE CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING: AS EVIDENCED BY USE OF FULL-FIELD LASER PERFUSION IMAGING IN MULTIPLE HUMAN STUDIES
SPECTROPHOTMETRIC INTRACUTANEOUS ANALSYSIS PROVIDES QUANTITATIVE MEASUREMENT OF MELANIN, HEMOGLOBIN AND COLLAGEN THROUGHOUT THE PROCESS OF ACUTE CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING: PERSPECTIVES FROM THREE CONTROLLED HUMAN VOLUNTEER PUNCH BIOPSY STUDIES
THREE-DIMENSIONAL IMAGING ALLOWS QUANTITATIVE OBJECTIVE EVALUATION OF WOUND SIZE FOR ASSESSMENT OF RESPONSE TO THERAPY IN ACUTE CUTANEOUS WOUNDS
THE INDUCTION OF HIC-5 BY TGF-β IS AN ESSENTIAL STEP IN PASSING THROUGH THE MECHANICAL CHECKPOINT IN MYOFIBROBLAST DIFFERENTIATION
MACROPHAGE POLARIZATION IN RESPONSE TO SELF-ASSEMBLING PEPTIDE BIOMATERIALS
DENDRITIC CELLS IN REGULATION OF BURN WOUND HEALING
IDENTIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND PROSPECTIVE ISOLATION OF A DERMAL LINEAGE WITH INTRINSIC FIBROGENIC POTENTIAL
IMPROVED WOUND HEALING BY TRANSPLANTATION OF MACROPHAGES
LIVE FIBROBLAST HARVEST EXPOSES TRANSCRIPTIONAL AND SURFACE MARKER SHIFT IN VITRO
DIFFUSE CORRELATION SPECTROSCOPY MONITORING OF CAPILLARY FLOW AS IT CORRELATES TO SEGMENTAL PRESSURES AND VASCULAR DISEASE
IN VIVO VALIDATION OF FREQUENCY DOMAIN DIFFUSE NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY FOR DEEP TISSUE INJURY ASSESSMENT
LOW INTENSITY (55KPA) 20 KHZ ULTRASOUND HEALS VENOUS ULCERS
NOVEL EFFECTS OF BIGUANIDE DRUGS ON REDUCING HYPERGLYCEMIA IN BURN PATIENTS THROUGH ALTERATION OF OXIDATIVE RESPIRATORY PATHWAY
GEOMETRIC DETERMINANTS OF FULL THICKNESS WOUND HEALING IN ADULT MALE YUCATAN MINIATURE SWINE
ALGORITHM FOR THE DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF CALCIPHYLAXIS
DIFFERENTIATION OF A HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE (HFDS*) AND CRYOPRESERVED HUMAN SKIN ALLOGRAFT (TS#) FOR PROPERTIES RELATED TO WOUND HEALING
HUMAN FIBROBLAST-DERIVED DERMAL SUBSTITUTE (HFDS*) PROMOTES WOUND HEALING BY BOTH IMMEDIATE AND EXTENDED MECHANISMS
IN VITRO ANALYSIS OF PRIMARY HUMAN MACROPHAGES ON INTEGRA BILAYER WOUND MATRIX AND ALLOSOURCE ALLOMEND INDICATE DIFFERENCES IN INFLAMMATION
A 13-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE STUDY TO EVALUATE THE CURATIVE EFFICACY OF AIR-FLUIDIZED BED FOR TOXIC EPIDERMAL NECROLYSIS PATIENTS
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF DEEP SECOND-DEGREE BURNS TREATED WITH RHGM-CSF GEL AND EARLY XENOSKIN COVERAGE
TOPICAL ADMINISTRATION OF OXYGENATED HEMOGLOBIN IMPROVED WOUND HEALING IN ISCHEMIC RABBIT EAR MODEL
APPLICATION OF A THREE-DIMENSIONAL HUMAN KERATINOCYTE-FIBROBLAST CELL CULTURE MODEL IN THE STUDY OF CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING
CERIUM OXIDE NANOPARTICLES INDUCE MIR-146A EXPRESSION IN DIABETIC DERMAL FIBROBLAST
IMPAIRED EPITHELIAL TO MESENCHYMAL TRANSITION (EMT) IN DIABETIC WOUND HEALING IS ASSOCIATED WITH DOWN-REGULATION OF MICRORNA-200B
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS IMPAIRS CUTANEOUS WOUND HEALING BY INDUCING THE EXPRESSION OF GAP JUNCTION PROTEIN CONNEXIN-43 IN KERATINOCYTES
WOUND HEALING AND ANGIOGENESIS THROUGH COMBINED USE OF A VASCULARIZED TISSUE FLAP AND ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS IN A RAT HINDLIMB ISCHEMIA MODEL
CLINICAL AND HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES OF DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS UNDER NPWT
MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS IMPROVE IMPAIRED DIABETIC WOUND HEALING BY INCREASING MIR-222 EXPRESSION AND DECREASING INFLAMMATION
MICRORNA-29A IS A KEY REGULATOR OF COLLAGEN HOMEOSTASIS IN HUMAN DIABETIC SKIN
NANOCERIA MODULATES MIR-222 EXPRESSION AND INFLAMMATION IN HUMAN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
NANOFIBER TREATMENT ATTENUATES DIABETIC WOUND INFLAMMATION BY REGULATING MIR-146A EXPRESSION
DETECTIVE AUTOPHAGY IN THE FIBROGENESIS OF KELOID
UP-REGULATED LONG NONCODING RNA GAS5 DURING DIABETIC WOUND HEALING
FIBROMODULIN REDUCES SCAR FORMATION IN RODENT AND POCINE CUTANEOUS WOUND MODELS
CALGRANULIN A AND B ARE INDUCED BY INCREASED EPIDERMAL WATER LOSS IN EPIDERMIS AND CONTROL FIBROSIS IN DERMIS
EFFECTIVE AND SUSTAINED DELIVERY OF EXOGENOUS GENES TO INTRASYNOVIAL TENDONS THROUGH NANOPARTICLES AND MINIMAL TENDON REACTIONS TO NANOPARTICLE/PLASMID COMPLEXES: IN VITRO AND IN VIVO STUDIES
NANOPARTICLES-ENGINEERED TGF-β1 MIRNA PLASMID COMPLEXES DELIVERED TO THE TENDONS PREVENTS ADHESION FORMATIONS AFTER TENDON REPAIR