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Volume 16, Number 5, September-October 2008

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Growth factors and cytokines in wound healing
pp. 585-601(17)
Authors: Barrientos, Stephan; Stojadinovic, Olivera; Golinko, Michael S.; Brem, Harold; Tomic-Canic, Marjana

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Reducing wound pain in venous leg ulcers with Biatain Ibu: A randomized, controlled double-blind clinical investigation on the performance and safety
pp. 615-625(11)
Authors: Gottrup, Finn; Jørgensen, Bo; Karlsmark, Tonny; Sibbald, R. Gary; Rimdeika, Rytis; Harding, Keith; Price, Patricia; Venning, Vanessa; Vowden, Peter; Jünger, Michael; Wortmann, Stephan; Sulcaite, Rita; Vilkevicius, Gintaris; Ahokas, Terttu-Liisa; Ettler, Karel; Arenbergerova, Monika

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The optimal temperature of first aid treatment for partial thickness burn injuries
pp. 626-634(9)
Authors: Cuttle, Leila; Kempf, Margit; Kravchuk, Olena; Phillips, Gael E.; Mill, Julie; Wang, Xue-Qing; Kimble, Roy M.

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Basic fibroblast growth factor accelerates and improves second-degree burn wound healing
pp. 635-641(7)
Authors: Akita, Sadanori; Akino, Kozo; Imaizumi, Toshifumi; Hirano, Akiyoshi

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Multiplexed analysis of matrix metalloproteinases in leg ulcer tissue of patients with chronic venous insufficiency before and after compression therapy
pp. 642-648(7)
Authors: Beidler, Stephanie K.; Douillet, Christelle D.; Berndt, Daniel F.; Keagy, Blair A.; Rich, Preston B.; Marston, William A.

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Primary dermal fibroblasts derived from sdc-1 deficient mice migrate faster and have altered αv integrin function
pp. 649-660(12)
Authors: Jurjus, Rosalyn A.; Liu, Yueyuan; Pal-Ghosh, Sonali; Tadvalkar, Gauri; Stepp, Mary Ann

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Antisense inhibition of connective tissue growth factor (CTGF/CCN2) mRNA limits hypertrophic scarring without affecting wound healing in vivo
pp. 661-673(13)
Authors: Sisco, Mark; Kryger, Zol B.; O'Shaughnessy, Kristina D.; Kim, Peter S.; Schultz, Greg S.; Ding, Xian-Zhong; Roy, Nakshatra K.; Dean, Nicholas M.; Mustoe, Thomas A.

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Comparison of the effects of collagenase and extract of Centella asiatica in an experimental model of wound healing: An immunohistochemical and histopathological study
pp. 674-681(8)
Authors: Ermertcan, Aylin Türel; Inan, Sevinc; Ozturkcan, Serap; Bilac, Cemal; Cilaker, Serap

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Exogenous metallothionein-IIA promotes accelerated healing after a burn wound
pp. 682-690(9)
Authors: Morellini, Natalie M.; Giles, Natalie L.; Rea, Suzanne; Adcroft, Katharine F.; Falder, Sian; King, Carolyn E.; Dunlop, Sarah A.; Beazley, Lyn D.; West, Adrian K.; Wood, Fiona M.; Fear, Mark W.

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Anti-apoptotic role of EGF in HaCaT keratinocytes via a PPAR-dependent mechanism
pp. 691-698(8)
Authors: Liang, Pengfei; Jiang, Bimei; Huang, Xu; Xiao, Weimin; Zhang, Pihong; Yang, Xinghua; Long, Jianhong; Xiao, Xianzhong; Huang, Xiaoyuan

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Elevated expression of isopeptide bond cross-links contributes to fibrosis in scleroderma and the healing wounds of tight skin mice
pp. 699-705(7)
Authors: Sullivan, Janson C.; Kakati, Donny D.; Carter, Elliot; Boyd, Amy K.; Kyriakides, Themis R.; Agah, Azin

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The anti-inflammatory agent Propolis improves wound healing in a rodent model of experimental diabetes
pp. 706-713(8)
Authors: McLennan, Susan V.; Bonner, James; Milne, Sgtephen; Lo, Lisa; Charlton, Ana; Kurup, Savita; Jia, Junhong; Yue, Dennis K.; Twigg, Stephen M.

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Enhanced wound healing by an epigallocatechin gallate-incorporated collagen sponge in diabetic mice
pp. 714-720(7)
Authors: Kim, HakHee; Kawazoe, Takeshi; Han, Dong-Wook; Matsumara, Kazuaki; Suzuki, Shigehiko; Tsutsumi, Sadami; Hyon, Suong-Hyu

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