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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 7, Number 3, May 1999

Ten years later
pp. 131-132(2)
Author: Lindblad, William J.

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Becaplermin gel in the treatment of pressure ulcers: a phase II randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study
pp. 141-147(7)
Authors: Rees, Riley S; Robson, Martin C; Smiell, Janice M; Perry, Barbara H

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Recombinant adenoviral mediated gene transfer in ischemic impaired wound healing
pp. 148-153(6)
Authors: Liechty, Kenneth W; Sablich, Timothy J; Adzick, N. Scott; Crombleholme, Timothy M

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Gelatinase activity in keloids and hypertrophic scars
pp. 166-171(6)
Authors: Neely, Alice N; Clendening, Chris E; Gardner, Jason; Greenhalgh, David G; Warden, Glenn D

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In vivo characterization of keratinocyte growth factor-2 as a potential wound healing agent
pp. 172-178(7)
Authors: Soler, Pedro M; Wright, Terry E; Smith, Paul D; Maggi, Sergio P; Hill, Donald P; Ko, Francis; Jimenez, Pablo A; Robson, Martin C

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Collagen fiber orientation as quantified by small angle light scattering in wounds treated with transforming growth factor-β2 and its neutalizing antibody
pp. 179-186(8)
Authors: Bowes, Leyda E; Jimenez, Maria C; Hiester, Erik D; Sacks, Michael S; Brahmatewari, Just; Mertz, Patricia; Eaglstein, William H

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Evaluation of clinically applicable exsanguination treatments to alleviate venous congestion in an animal skin flap model
pp. 187-195(9)
Authors: Cottler, Patrick S; Gampper, Thomas J; Rodeheaver, George T; Skalak, Thomas C

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