Revisiting The Role Of Extracellular Matrices In Wounds

It is important to understand the role of extracellular matrix when treating complex, chronic wounds.  The extracellular matrix is the largest component of normal skin, providing skin with its properties of compressibility, elasticity and tensile strength. 1 It is comprised of connective tissues and fibers that provide support but are not part of a cell

It is important to understand the role of extracellular matrix when treating complex, chronic wounds.  The extracellular matrix is the largest component of normal skin, providing skin with its properties of compressibility, elasticity and tensile strength. 1 It is comprised of connective tissues and fibers that provide support but are not part of a cell

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Revisiting The Role Of Extracellular Matrices In Wounds