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Oxygen: at the foundation of wound healing--introduction

Oxygen: at the foundation of wound healing--introduction

World Journal of Surgery 28(3): 291-293

"Wound Healing: Oxygen & Emerging Therapeutics" Columbus, Ohio, September 12-15, 2002. Sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (R13 AR 049171), International Union of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and UNESCO-Global Network of Molecular & Cell Biology. Conference co-chairs: Chandan K. Sen, the Ohio State University Medical Center and Thomas K. Hunt, University of California-San Francisco. This congress was conceived for two reasons: to consolidate what is known about oxygen in the repair process and to stimulate discussion about new developments of control of healing by redox regulated signaling processes. A historical and evolutionary perspective on the role of oxygen in wound healing--from the classical physiology of oxygen in the wound to the refined concept of redox signaling--is presented.

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PMID: 14961183

DOI: 10.1007/s00268-003-7405-x

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