Wound Healing: Biochemical & Clinical Aspects
I. Kelman Cohen, Robert F. Diegelmann, William J. Lindblad
W.B. Saunders Company, 1992 - Medical - 630 pages
Presents comprehensive up-to-date discussions of both clinical and basic science aspects of wound healing. This text enables the reader to obtain information from several different scientific disciplines and clinical specialities in one place.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Acad Sci USA activity adhesion amino acid angiogenesis angiogenic antigen antlers basement membrane Biochem Biophys Biol Chem biological blood cartilage cDNA Cell Biol cellular chains chemotactic chondroitin sulfate Clin Invest clinical collagen gene collagen synthesis collagenase connective tissue crosslinks culture degradation dermis domain EDS type effect Ehlers-Danlos syndrome elastin endothelial cells enzyme epidermal cells epithelial extracellular matrix fibrils fibro fibroblasts fibronectin formation function grafts granulation tissue heparan sulfate heparin human Immunol induced inflammatory inhibition inhibitor injury interactions interleukin leukocytes lymphocytes lysyl macrophages mechanism metabolism migration modulation molecular monocytes mRNA myofibroblasts Natl Acad Sci neutrophils normal oxygen PDGF peptide plasma platelet platelet-derived growth factor Proc Natl Acad procollagen production proliferation protein proteoglycan rabbit receptor regeneration regulation residues response role scar sequence skin stimulation structure studies Surg tion tissue repair transforming growth tumor necrosis type I collagen vascular vitamin vitro vivo wound contraction wound healing wound repair
All Book Search results »