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Wound Healing

Known as: repairing tissues, Healing, Wound, Healings, Wound 
The series of events that restore integrity to a damaged tissue, following an injury. [GOC:bf, PMID:15269788]
National Institutes of Health

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Inflammation predisposes to the development of cancer and promotes all stages of tumorigenesis. Cancer cells, as well as… Expand
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2019
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2019
Electrospun polymer micro/nanofibers have been widely explored as platforms for controlled delivery of therapeutic agents… Expand
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2019
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2019
Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs) have been shown to be a promising candidate for cell-based therapy. The therapeutic potential of… Expand
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2019
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2019
Transforming growth factor β (TGF-β) is a secreted cytokine that regulates cell proliferation, migration, and the differentiation… Expand
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2019
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2019
Microglia, being the resident immune cells of the central nervous system, play an important role in maintaining tissue… Expand
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2019
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2019
Propolis is a natural substance collected by honey bees from various plants such as, poplar, palm, pine, conifer secretions, gums… Expand
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2018
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2018
Acute respiratory distress syndrome/acute lung injury (ALI) was described in 1967. The uncontrolled inflammation is a central… Expand
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2018
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2018
IntroductionAlthough many surgeons have adopted the use of biologic and biosynthetic meshes in complex abdominal wall hernia… Expand
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2018
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2018
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune and neurodegenerative disorder characterized by chronic inflammation, demyelination, as… Expand
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2017
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2017
Human coronaviruses (hCoVs) can be divided into low pathogenic and highly pathogenic coronaviruses. The low pathogenic CoVs… Expand
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