ISSN 0920-5063, Online ISSN: 1568-5624
Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd
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Foreword: the wound healing — biomaterials intersection
Ratner, Buddy D.
Skin tissue engineering
The human tri-peptide GHK and tissue remodeling
Animal models of wound healing: uility in transgenic mice
Fang, Robert C.; Mustoe, Thomas A.
Models for diabetic wound healing and healing into percutaneous devices
Olerud, John E.
Heparin-regulated delivery of osteoprotegerin promotes vascularization of implanted hydrogels
McGonigle, Joseph S.; Tae, Giyoong; Stayton, Patrick S.; Hoffman, Allan S.; Scatena, Marta
Anti-biofilm properties of chitosan-coated surfaces
Carlson, Ross P.; Taffs, Reed; Davison, William M.; Stewart, Philip S.
Prevention and reduction of scarring in the skin by Transforming Growth Factor beta 3 (TGFβ3): from laboratory discovery to clinical pharmaceutical
Occleston, Nick L.; Laverty, Hugh G.; O'Kane, Sharon; Ferguson, Mark W. J.
Increased expression of Interleukin-13 and connective tissue growth factor, and their potential roles during foreign body encapsulation of subcutaneous implants
Ward, W. Kenneth; Li, Allen G.; Siddiqui, Yasmin; Federiuk, Isaac F.; Wang, Xiao-Jing
Application of an elastic biodegradable poly(L-lactide-co-ε-caprolactone) scaffold for cartilage tissue regeneration
Jung, Youngmee; Kim, Soo Hyun; You, Hee Jin; Kim, Sang-Heon; Ha Kim, Young; Min, Byoung Goo
Considerations for selecting the correct animal model for dermal wound-healing studies
Lindblad, William J.
17β-Estradiol regulates the secretion of TGF-β by cultured human dermal fibroblasts
Stevenson, S.; Nelson, L. D.; Sharpe, D. T.; Thornton, M. J.
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