Adult Stem Cell Therapies for Wound Healing: Biomaterials and Computational Models

@inproceedings{Tartarini2015AdultSC,
  title={Adult Stem Cell Therapies for Wound Healing: Biomaterials and Computational Models},
  author={Daniele Tartarini and Elisa Mele},
  booktitle={Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol.},
  year={2015}
}
The increased incidence of diabetes and tumors, associated with global demographic issues (aging and life styles), has pointed out the importance to develop new strategies for the effective management of skin wounds. Individuals affected by these diseases are in fact highly exposed to the risk of delayed healing of the injured tissue that typically leads to a pathological inflammatory state and consequently to chronic wounds. Therapies based on stem cells (SCs) have been proposed for the… CONTINUE READING
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