Palatogenesis and cutaneous repair: A two-headed coin.

@article{Biggs2015PalatogenesisAC,
  title={Palatogenesis and cutaneous repair: A two-headed coin.},
  author={Leah C Biggs and Steven L. Goudy and Martine Dunnwald},
  journal={Developmental dynamics : an official publication of the American Association of Anatomists},
  year={2015},
  volume={244 3},
  pages={289-310}
}
BACKGROUND The reparative mechanism that operates following post-natal cutaneous injury is a fundamental survival function that requires a well-orchestrated series of molecular and cellular events. At the end, the body will have closed the hole using processes like cellular proliferation, migration, differentiation and fusion. RESULTS These processes are similar to those occurring during embryogenesis and tissue morphogenesis. Palatogenesis, the formation of the palate from two independent… CONTINUE READING
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