A PATTERN OF EPIDERMAL CELL MIGRATION DURING WOUND HEALING

@article{Krawczyk1971APO,
  title={A PATTERN OF EPIDERMAL CELL MIGRATION DURING WOUND HEALING},
  author={Walter S. Krawczyk},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={1971},
  volume={49},
  pages={247 - 263}
}
Epidermal repair during wound healing is under investigation at both the light and electron microscopic levels. Suction-induced subepidermal blisters have been employed to produce two complementary model wound healing systems. These two model systems are: (a) intact subepidermal blisters, and (b) opened subepidermal blisters (the blister roof was removed immediately after induction, leaving an open wound). From these studies a pattern of movement for epidermal cells in wound healing is proposed… CONTINUE READING
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