Herwig Janssen, Raoul Rooman, J. I. S. Robertson
Wrightson Biomedical Pub., Jan 1, 1991 - Medical - 219 pages
Great progress has been made in recent years in the understanding of the molecular and cellular processes involved in tissue repair. Molecular biological techniques have simplified the characterization of a variety of growth factors, enzymes and structural proteins thought to be important in wound healing. New cell culture techniques have made possible the study of each cellular component and the investigation of their interactions.
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Genetics and Tissue Repair
Regulation of Wound Healing by the T CellDependent Immune
Cytokine Regulation of Collagen Metabolism During Wound
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