Polyurethane fibers form healing scablike membrane

05/30/2013 | MedicalDaily.com

Using natural scab formation as a model, Chinese researchers have created a membrane made of flexible nano-scale polyurethane fibers that helps repair open wounds by attracting new blood cells. In animal studies, scientists found that healing cells attached to the membrane and formed dense patterns similar to those in real scabs.

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