Ohio State University scientists are investigating a wound-healing method in which a small computer chip placed on the wound site delivers programmed DNA or RNA cells into living skin cells through an electrical field. The tissue nanotransfection technique is expected to be in human trials by next year and may have potential against peripheral vascular disease.
Scientists explore cell reprogramming for wound healing
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