Potential roles of suppressor of cytokine signaling in wound healing

Written by Regenerative Medicine

Regenerative Medicine Review by Yi Feng, Andrew J Sanders, Liam D Morgan, Keith G Harding and Wen G Jiang from Cardiff University (UK) presenting the possible roles of SOCS proteins in wound healing, and therefore their potential for therapeutic application. Cutaneous wound healing is a dynamic process that regenerative medicine has great potential to transform. There are many different regenerative technologies in development and the market for wound healing applications, including factor-based products; however, therapies must demonstrate value and improved outcomes. Furthermore, research into the wound healing process itself could help identify optimal approaches to accelerate repair and even regenerate...

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