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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 20, Number 1, 1 January 2012

Wound Repair and Regeneration enters its 20th year!
pp. 1-1(1)
Author: Hebda, Patricia A.

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Cellular resolution of inflammation—catabasis
pp. 2-7(6)
Author: Widgerow, Alan D.

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Benefit evaluation in the therapy of chronic wounds from the patients' perspective—development and validation of a new method
pp. 8-14(7)
Authors: Augustin, Matthias; Blome, Christine; Zschocke, Ina; Schäfer, Ines; Koenig, Sibylle; Rustenbach, Stephan J.; Herberger, Katharina

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Tissue‐engineered provisional matrix as a novel approach to enhance diabetic wound healing
pp. 15-27(13)
Authors: Balaji, Swathi; Vaikunth, Sachin S.; Lang, Stephanie A.; Sheikh, Abdul Q.; Lim, Foong Y.; Crombleholme, Timothy M.; Narmoneva, Daria A.

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Early and late calcium waves during wound healing in corneal endothelial cells
pp. 28-37(10)
Authors: Chifflet, Silvia; Justet, Cristian; Hernández, Julio A.; Nin, Verónica; Escande, Carlos; Benech, Juan C.

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Tumor necrosis factor‐alpha (TNF‐α) is a therapeutic target for impaired cutaneous wound healing
pp. 38-49(12)
Authors: Ashcroft, Gillian S.; Jeong, Moon‐Jin; Ashworth, Jason J.; Hardman, Matthew; Jin, Wenwen; Moutsopoulos, Niki; Wild, Teresa; McCartney‐Francis, Nancy; Sim, Davis; McGrady, George; Song, Xiao‐yu; Wahl, Sharon M.

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Residual substance P levels after capsaicin treatment correlate with tendon repair
pp. 50-60(11)
Authors: Bring, Daniel K.‐I.; Paulson, Kent; Renstrom, Per; Salo, Paul; Hart, David A.; Ackermann, Paul W.

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Topical androgen antagonism promotes cutaneous wound healing without systemic androgen deprivation by blocking β‐catenin nuclear translocation and cross‐talk with TGF‐β signaling in keratinocytes
pp. 61-73(13)
Authors: Toraldo, Gianluca; Bhasin, Shalender; Bakhit, Mena; Guo, Wen; Serra, Carlo; Safer, Joshua D.; Bhawan, Jag; Jasuja, Ravi

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High cell density attenuates reactive oxygen species: Implications for in vitro assays
pp. 74-82(9)
Authors: Kim, Dennis P.; Yahav, Jonathan; Sperandeo, Michael; Maloney, Lauren; McTigue, Monica; Lin, Fubao; Clark, Richard A.F.

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The effect of topical negative pressure on wound biofilms using an in vitro wound model
pp. 83-90(8)
Authors: Ngo, Quan D.; Vickery, Karen; Deva, Anand K.

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The usefulness of basic fibroblast growth factor for radiation‐exposed tissue
pp. 91-102(12)
Authors: Kinoshita, Naoshi; Tsuda, Masayoshi; Hamuy, Rodrigo; Nakashima, Masahiro; Nakamura‐Kurashige, Tomomi; Matsuu‐Matsuyama, Mutsumi; Hirano, Akiyoshi; Akita, Sadanori

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Novel cholinergic peptides SLURP‐1 and ‐2 regulate epithelialization of cutaneous and oral wounds
pp. 103-113(11)
Authors: Chernyavsky, Alexander I.; Kalantari‐Dehaghi, Mina; Phillips, Courtney; Marchenko, Steve; Grando, Sergei A.

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Propagation of cutaneous thermal injury: A mathematical model
pp. 114-122(9)
Authors: Xue, Chuan; Chou, Ching‐Shan; Kao, Chiu‐Yen; Sen, Chandan K.; Friedman, Avner

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