News release, 24 January 2018 Unexpected Helpers in Wound Healing Nerve cells in the skin help wounds to heal. When an injury occurs, cells known as glial cells change into repair cells and disseminate into the wound, where they help the skin to regenerate, researchers from the University of Zurich have shown. An essential step in skin wound healing is wound closure, which is why..
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Unexpected Helpers in Wound Healing