Chemokine changes during oral wound healing.

@article{McGrory2004ChemokineCD,
  title={Chemokine changes during oral wound healing.},
  author={Kevin McGrory and Catherine Flaitz and John R. Klein},
  journal={Biochemical and biophysical research communications},
  year={2004},
  volume={324 1},
  pages={317-20}
}
The oral mucosa is susceptible to tissue injury from many causes, including infection, autoimmune disorders, surgical and accidental trauma, and gingival and periodontal inflammation; however, little is known about the events that influence wound healing in the mouth. Recent studies in non-oral tissues have implicated immune system-derived factors, in particular chemokines, in the wound healing process. Tissues from mice with experimental gingival wounds were studied for expression of genes for… CONTINUE READING
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