2 genes may accelerate wound healing in the young

Research teams have discovered that two genes, Lin28a and IMP1, may be associated with faster healing of wounds in the young. The genes were found to gradually decline with age, and IMP1 was found to play a key role in the self-renewal of stem cells during fetal development. The results of the separate studies were reported in the journals Cell and eLife.

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