Reactive oxygen species (ROS)--a family of fate deciding molecules pivotal in constructive inflammation and wound healing.

@article{Bryan2012ReactiveOS,
  title={Reactive oxygen species (ROS)--a family of fate deciding molecules pivotal in constructive inflammation and wound healing.},
  author={Nicholas Bryan and Helen Ahswin and Neil James Smart and Yves Bayon and Stephen Wohlert and John A. Hunt},
  journal={European cells \& materials},
  year={2012},
  volume={24},
  pages={
          249-65
        }
}
Wound healing requires a fine balance between the positive and deleterious effects of reactive oxygen species (ROS); a group of extremely potent molecules, rate limiting in successful tissue regeneration. A balanced ROS response will debride and disinfect a tissue and stimulate healthy tissue turnover; suppressed ROS will result in infection and an elevation in ROS will destroy otherwise healthy stromal tissue. Understanding and anticipating the ROS niche within a tissue will greatly enhance… 

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