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Volume 17, Number 5, September/October 2009

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Role of the elastin receptor complex (S-Gal/Cath-A/Neu-1) in skin repair and regeneration
pp. 631-638(8)
Authors: Antonicelli, Frank; Bellon, Georges; Lorimier, Sandrine; Hornebeck, William

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Accelerated closure of skin wounds in mice deficient in the homeobox gene Msx2
pp. 639-648(10)
Authors: Yeh, Jennifer; Green, Lydia M.; Jiang, Ting-Xin; Plikus, Maksim; Huang, Eunice; Chang, Richard N.; Hughes, Michael W.; Chuong, Cheng-Ming; Tuan, Tai-Lan

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Differences in collagen architecture between keloid, hypertrophic scar, normotrophic scar, and normal skin: An objective histopathological analysis
pp. 649-656(8)
Authors: Verhaegen, Pauline D. H. M.; van Zuijlen, Paul P. M.; Pennings, Noor M.; van Marle, Jan; Niessen, Frank B.; van der Horst, Chantal M. A. M.; Middelkoop, Esther

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Preliminary development of a diabetic foot ulcer database from a wound electronic medical record: A tool to decrease limb amputations
pp. 657-665(9)
Authors: Golinko, Michael S.; Margolis, David J.; Tal, Adit; Hoffstad, Ole; Boulton, Andrew J. M.; Brem, Harold

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Guideline concordant venous ulcer care predicts healing in a tertiary care Veterans Affairs Medical Center
pp. 666-670(5)
Authors: Olson, Jonathan M.; Raugi, Gregory J.; Nguyen, Viet Q.; Yu, Onchee; Reiber, Gayle E.

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The value of a wound score for diabetic foot infections in predicting treatment outcome: A prospective analysis from the SIDESTEP trial
pp. 671-677(7)
Authors: Lipsky, Benjamin A.; Polis, Adam B.; Lantz, Keith C.; Norquist, Josephine M.; Abramson, Murray A.

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African Americans show increased risk for pressure ulcers: A retrospective analysis of acute care hospitals in America
pp. 678-684(7)
Authors: Fogerty, Mary; Guy, Jeffrey; Barbul, Adrian; Nanney, Lillian B.; Abumrad, Naji N.

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Loss of viability and induction of apoptosis in human keratinocytes exposed to Staphylococcus aureus biofilms in vitro
pp. 690-699(10)
Authors: Kirker, Kelly R.; Secor, Patrick R.; James, Garth A.; Fleckman, Philip; Olerud, John E.; Stewart, Philip S.

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Homeostasis of the epidermal barrier layer: A theory of how occlusion reduces hypertrophic scarring
pp. 700-708(9)
Authors: O'Shaughnessy, Kristina D.; De La Garza, Mauricio; Roy, Nakshatra K.; Mustoe, Thomas A.

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Wound healing in oral mucosa results in reduced scar formation as compared with skin: Evidence from the red Duroc pig model and humans
pp. 717-729(13)
Authors: Wong, Joyce W.; Gallant-Behm, Corrie; Wiebe, Colin; Mak, Karen; Hart, David A.; Larjava, Hannu; Häkkinen, Lari

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HaCaT keratinocytes in co-culture with Staphylococcus aureus can be protected from bacterial damage by polihexanide
pp. 730-738(9)
Authors: Wiegand, Cornelia; Abel, Martin; Ruth, Peter; Hipler, Uta-Christina

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Differential expression of cyclooxygenases in hypertrophic scar and keloid tissues
pp. 750-757(8)
Authors: Rossiello, Luigi; D'Andrea, Francesco; Grella, Roberto; Signoriello, Giuseppe; Abbondanza, Ciro; De Rosa, Caterina; Prudente, Mariaevelina; Morlando, Marianna; Rossiello, Raffaele

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Androstenediol reverses steroid-inhibited wound healing
pp. 758-761(4)
Authors: Feeser, V. Ramana; Menke, Nathan B.; Ward, Kevin R.; Loria, Roger M.; Diegelmann, Robert F.

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Erratum
pp. 762-762(1)

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