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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 9, Number 2, March-April 2001

STATE OF THE SOCIETY
pp. 65-65(1)
Author: Schultz, Gregory

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THE PIG AS A MODEL FOR HUMAN WOUND HEALING
pp. 66-76(11)
Authors: Sullivan, Tory P; Eaglstein, William H; Davis, Stephen C; Mertz, Patricia

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COMPARISON OF NORMAL HUMAN SKIN GENE EXPRESSION USING CDNA MICROARRAYS
pp. 77-85(9)
Authors: Cole, Jana; Tsou, Raymond; Wallace, Ken; Gibran, Nicole; Isik, Frank

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EXOGENOUS PHOSPHOLIPASE C STIMULATES EPITHELIAL CELL MIGRATION AND INTEGRIN EXPRESSION IN VITRO
pp. 86-94(9)
Authors: Firth, James D; Putnins, Edward E; Larjava, Hannu; Uitto, Veli-Jukka

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KERATINOCYTE-DRIVEN CONTRACTION OF RECONSTRUCTED HUMAN SKIN
pp. 95-106(12)
Authors: Chakrabarty, Kaushik H; Heaton, Martin; Dalley, Andrew J; Dawson, Rebecca A; Freedlander, Eric; Khaw, Peng T; Mac Neil, Sheila

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EFFECTS OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION ON THE HISTOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF WOUNDS IN DIABETIC MICE
pp. 107-115(9)
Authors: Thawer, Habiba A; Houghton, Pamela E

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POLYVINYL PYRROLIDONE-IODINE LIPOSOME HYDROGEL IMPROVES EPITHELIALIZATION BY COMBINING MOISTURE AND ANTISEPIS. A NEW CONCEPT IN WOUND THERAPY
pp. 116-122(7)
Authors: Vogt, Peter M.; Hauser, Jorg; Ro├čbach, Oliver; Bosse, Bjoern; Fleischer, Wolfgang; Steinau, Han-Ulrich; Reimer, Karen

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DEVELOPMENT OF NONINVASIVE AND QUANTITATIVE METHODOLOGIES FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF CHRONIC ULCERS AND SCARS IN HUMANS
pp. 123-132(10)
Authors: Timar-Banu, Olimpia; Beauregard, Hughes; Tousignant, Jacqueline; Lassonde, Michel; Harris, Phillip; Viau, Gilles; Vachon, Luc; Levy, Emile; Abribat, Thierry

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