Keratinocytes Express an Intracellular Marker Gene and Regenerate the Epidermis in Porcine Full-Thickness Wounds After Retroviral Gene Transfer
Large skin wounds such as in burns lead to significant losses of fluid, electrolytes, and energy and also porvide a portal of entry for infections. Therefore cutaneous wound healing and epithelial coversage is a critical issue in these patients and has led to a number of developments in the field of skin transplantation and skin replacement.
KeywordslacZ Gene Full Thickness Wound Exogenous Growth Hormone Intracellular Marker Hair Follicle Development
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