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Healing Time Cut in Half with Drug–Gel Combo

News   Oct 26, 2018 | Original story from Albert Einstein College of Medicine

 
Healing Time Cut in Half with Drug–Gel Combo

Mouse skin was burned and treated with either a standard burn treatment or new wound-healing therapy. After two weeks, cross sections of burned skin show control skin (top image) had clearly not healed, with no hair follicles, sebaceous glands or other higher order structures present in the burn area. Burns treated with therapeutic gel (bottom image) showed progressive healing and tissue regeneration, including new hair follicles. Credit: Sharp Lab/Albert Einstein College of Medicine

 
 
 

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