The Origin of Scars?
Editor's Pics Dec 09, 2019
Credit: Helmholtz Zentrum München / Donovan Correa-Gallegos
Fascia cells (green) rising into dermal open wounds dragging their surrounding matrix (magenta). A new study suggests that fascia cells play a key role in scar formation, acting as a repository of mobile scar tissue.
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