Microarray Analysis Reveals Site-Specific Genetic Differences in Wound Healing | GenomeWeb

Anyone who has ever bitten his tongue and skinned a knee can attest to the fact that wounds in the oral cavity "just seem to heal a lot better," says Luisa DiPietro, director of the Center for Wound Repair and Regeneration at the University of Illinois, Chicago. She and her colleagues have published several papers demonstrating differences in oral and skin wound healing, related to inflammatory and antigenic responses at the cellular level.

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