The general case for redox control of wound repair

@article{Sen2003TheGC,
  title={The general case for redox control of wound repair},
  author={C. Sen},
  journal={Wound Repair and Regeneration},
  year={2003},
  volume={11}
}
  • C. Sen
  • Published 1 November 2003
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Wound Repair and Regeneration
The orthodox view has been that reactive oxygen species are primarily damaging to cells. There is general agreement that while high (3%) doses of H2O2 may serve as a clinical disinfectant, its overall effect on healing is not positive. Current work shows that at very low concentrations, reactive oxygen species may regulate cellular signaling pathways by redox‐dependent mechanisms. Recent discoveries show that almost all cells of the wound microenvironment contain specialized enzymes that… Expand

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