Scientists investigate molecule critical to wound healing

11/18/2013 | Science World Report

Scientists have identified a molecule present in skin cells called FOX01 that plays a key role in wound healing. FOX01 appears to open a pathway for a special gene, TGF-β1, which is also important in the healing process, and to protect cells against oxidative stress. Researchers hope the findings will lead to improved wound healing in patients.

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