Expression and integrity of dermatopontin in chronic cutaneous wounds: a crucial factor in impaired wound healing

@article{Krishnaswamy2014ExpressionAI,
  title={Expression and integrity of dermatopontin in chronic cutaneous wounds: a crucial factor in impaired wound healing},
  author={Venkat Raghavan Krishnaswamy and Mayakannan Manikandan and Arasambattu Kannan Munirajan and Doraiswamy Vijayaraghavan and Purna Sai Korrapati},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={358},
  pages={833-841}
}
Chronic cutaneous wound (CCW) is a major health care burden wherein the healing process is slow or rather static resulting in anatomical and functional restriction of the damaged tissue. Dysregulated expression and degradation of matrix proteins, growth factors and cytokines contribute to the disrupted and uncoordinated healing process of CCW. Therefore, therapeutic approaches for effective management of CCW should be focused towards identifying and manipulating the molecular defects, such as… Expand
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