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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 8, Number 2, April 2000

Models for use in wound healing research: A survey focusing on in vitro and in vivo adult soft tissue
pp. 83-96(14)
Authors: Gottrup, Finn; Ă…gren, Magnus S; Karlsmark, Tonny

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Growth hormone does not attenuate the inhibitory effects of sepsis on wound healing
pp. 103-109(7)
Authors: Stamm, Jason; Cooney, Robert N; Maish, George O; Shumate, Margaret L; Lang, Charles H; Ehrlich, H. Paul; Vary, Thomas C

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Apoptosis in regenerating and denervated, nonregenerating urodele forelimbs
pp. 110-116(7)
Authors: Mescher, Anthony L; White, Gary W; Brokaw, James J

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Boosting epidermal growth factor receptor expression by gene gun transfection stimulates epidermal growth in vivo
pp. 117-127(11)
Authors: Nanney, Lillian B; Paulsen, Stephen; Davidson, Mari K; Cardwell, Nancy L; Whitsitt, Jeffrey S; Davidson, Jeffrey M

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Hypertrophic scar tissues and fibroblasts produce more transforming growth factor-β1 mRNA and protein than normal skin and cells
pp. 128-137(10)
Authors: Wang, Rijian; Ghahary, Aziz; Shen, Qiong; Scott, Paul G; Roy, Kenneth; Tredget, Edward E

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Stimulation of fibroblast growth in vitro by intermittent radiant warming
pp. 138-144(7)
Authors: Xia, Zhidao; Sato, Akio; Hughes, Margaret A; Cherry, George W

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Healing of defects in canine articular cartilage: Distribution of nonvascular α-smooth muscle actin-containing cells
pp. 145-158(14)
Authors: Wang, Qi; Breinan, Howie A; Hsu, Hu-Ping; Spector, Myron

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