Clinical Approaches to Skin Regeneration
KeywordsHyaluronic Acid Wound Closure Sweat Gland Extra Cellular Matrix Dermal Layer
SEJ would like to thank the surgeons at the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, UK for exposing this scientist to the world of surgery and opening up invaluable communications between scientists and surgeons. Special thanks to Nick Parkhouse; Phil Gilbert; Balj Dheansa; Tania Cubison; John Boorman; Sheraz Daya and Ken Lavery, all of whom have contributed directly or indirectly to this work.
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