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Skin care: new research into scar-free healing
Date:1/20/2008

e now all clear targets for developing medicines to improve healing of skin wounds and other organs where fibrotic tissue repair can be debilitating. We hope that it wont be too long before such therapies are available in the clinic. Indeed, the technique for suppressing OPN to reduce scarring is currently being licensed and patented by a Biotech company specializing in wound-healing therapies.

Earlier research by Professor Martins lab and others has shown that embryos of many species, including humans, heal wounds without leaving a scar. Now it looks like the same may be true for adults.


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Contact: Cherry Lewis
cherry.lewis@bristol.ac.uk
University of Bristol
Source:Eurekalert

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