Characterization of wound drainage fluids as a source of soluble factors associated with wound healing: comparison with platelet-rich plasma and potential use in cell culture.

@article{AibaKojima2007CharacterizationOW,
  title={Characterization of wound drainage fluids as a source of soluble factors associated with wound healing: comparison with platelet-rich plasma and potential use in cell culture.},
  author={Emiko Aiba-Kojima and Nelson Hirokazu Tsuno and Keita Inoue and Daisuke Matsumoto and Tomokuni Shigeura and Takahiro Sato and Hirotaka Suga and Harunosuke Kato and Takashi Nagase and Koichi Gonda and Isao Koshima and Koki Takahashi and Kotaro Yoshimura},
  journal={Wound repair and regeneration : official publication of the Wound Healing Society [and] the European Tissue Repair Society},
  year={2007},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={511-20}
}
Wound fluids, human serum from platelet-poor and platelet-rich plasma (SPPP and SPRP), contain various soluble factors involved in cell growth and proliferation. Levels of cytokines, chemokines, and matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) in drainage fluids (DFs) harvested from subcutaneous wounds, punctured fluids (PF) from seroma, and SPPP were measured. SPPP and SPRP from four healthy volunteers were also subjected to the analysis. Biochemical profiles of DF reflected the sequential stages of wound… CONTINUE READING
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