Mesenchymal cells in an open wound can be reprogrammed in vivo to a stem-cell-like state to become new skin cells, and the method could replace skin grafts for treatment of large cutaneous ulcers, according to scientists at the Salk Institute. The study was published in Nature.
Cells in large wounds can be reprogrammed to form skin
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