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Connective tissue growth factor causes persistent proalpha2(I) collagen gene expression induced by transforming growth factor-beta in a mouse fibrosis model.
Skin fibrotic disorders such as systemic sclerosis (SSc) are characterized by an excessive production of extracellular matrix (ECM) and understood to develop under the influence of certain growthExpand
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Connective tissue growth factor causes persistent proα2(I) collagen gene expression induced by transforming growth factor‐β in a mouse fibrosis model
Skin fibrotic disorders such as systemic sclerosis (SSc) are characterized by an excessive production of extracellular matrix (ECM) and understood to develop under the influence of certain growthExpand
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Transforming growth factor-beta isoforms differently stimulate proalpha2 (I) collagen gene expression during wound healing process in transgenic mice.
The role of many growth factors and cytokines in the process of wound healing has been intensively investigated in recent two decades. Among them, transforming growth factor-betas (TGF-betas) areExpand
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Transforming growth factor‐β isoforms differently stimulate proα2 (I) collagen gene expression during wound healing process in transgenic mice
The role of many growth factors and cytokines in the process of wound healing has been intensively investigated in recent two decades. Among them, transforming growth factor‐βs (TGF‐βs) are wellExpand
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