ERK activating peptide, AES16-2M promotes wound healing through accelerating migration of keratinocytes

@inproceedings{Lee2018ERKAP,
  title={ERK activating peptide, AES16-2M promotes wound healing through accelerating migration of keratinocytes},
  author={Sora Lee and Myun Soo Kim and Su-jin Jung and Daniel J. Kim and Hyun Jeong Park and Daeho Cho},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2018}
}
Wound healing is an important issue that influences quality of life, and the need for products associated with wound healing is growing annually. New materials and therapies for skin wounds are being continuously researched and developed in order to increase treatment efficacy. Here, we show that the peptide AES16-2M comprised of five short amino acid sequences (REGRT) demonstrates efficacy in wound healing. AES16-2M exerted more effective healing than the control in an acute wound model, and… CONTINUE READING
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