International Wound Journal, 1742-481X

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  1. 2021
  2. 2020
  3. Biological dermal templates with native collagen scaffolds provide guiding ridges for invading cells and may promote structured dermal wound healing

    Veronika Dill & Matthias Mörgelin, 2020 Jun, In: International Wound Journal. 17, 3, p. 618-630 13 p.

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  4. 2019
  5. 2018
  6. Growth hormone-releasing peptide 6 prevents cutaneous hypertrophic scarring early mechanistic data from a proteome study

    Maday Fernández-Mayola, Lázaro Betancourt, Alicia Molina-Kautzman, Sucel Palomares, Yssel Mendoza-Marí, Dayana Ugarte-Moreno, Ana Aguilera-Barreto, Yilian Bermúdez-Álvarez, Vladimir Besada, Luis J González, Ariana García-Ojalvo, Ana J Mir-Benítez, Aleida Urquiza-Rodríguez & Jorge Berlanga-Acosta, 2018 Aug, In: International Wound Journal. 15, 4, p. 538-546 9 p.

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  7. 2017
  8. Heel ulcers do heal in patients with diabetes

    Hedvig Örneholm, Jan Apelqvist, Jan Larsson & Magnus Eneroth, 2017, In: International Wound Journal. 14, 4, p. 629-635

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  9. 2016
  10. Lactic acid bacterial symbionts in honeybees - an unknown key to honey's antimicrobial and therapeutic activities.

    Tobias Olofsson, Éile Butler, Pawel Markowicz, Christina Lindholm, Lennart Larsson & Alejandra Vasquez, 2016 Oct, In: International Wound Journal. 13, 5, p. 668–679

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  11. A pilot study investigating lactic acid bacterial symbionts from the honeybee in inhibiting human chronic wound pathogens.

    Éile Butler, Rut Öien, Christina Lindholm, Tobias Olofsson, Bo Nilson & Alejandra Vasquez, 2016, In: International Wound Journal. 13, 5, p. 729–737

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  12. 2015
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