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Academic Article Poly-N-acetyl glucosamine nanofibers: a new bioactive material to enhance diabetic wound healing by cell migration and angiogenesis.
Academic Article Angiogenesis in wounds treated by microdeformational wound therapy.
Academic Article Short periodic applications of the vacuum-assisted closure device cause an extended tissue response in the diabetic mouse model.
Academic Article Poly-N-acetyl glucosamine fibers induce angiogenesis in ADP inhibitor-treated diabetic mice.
Academic Article Waveform modulation of negative-pressure wound therapy in the murine model.
Academic Article A morphometric study of mechanotransductively induced dermal neovascularization.
Academic Article Vascularized collagen-glycosaminoglycan matrix provides a dermal substrate and improves take of cultured epithelial autografts.
Academic Article Reduction of abdominal adhesions using composite collagen-GAG implants for ventral hernia repair.
Academic Article Tensile forces stimulate vascular remodeling and epidermal cell proliferation in living skin.
Academic Article Tumors stimulate platelet delivery of angiogenic factors in vivo: an unexpected benefit.
Academic Article Improved cutaneous healing in diabetic mice exposed to healthy peripheral circulation.
Academic Article A review of the role of mechanical forces in cutaneous wound healing.
Academic Article The mechanisms of action of vacuum assisted closure: more to learn.
Academic Article In vivo acceleration of skin growth using a servo-controlled stretching device.
Academic Article Peripheral blood fibrocytes: enhancement of wound healing by cell proliferation, re-epithelialization, contraction, and angiogenesis.
Academic Article Quiescent platelets stimulate angiogenesis and diabetic wound repair.
Academic Article Mast cells are required in the proliferation and remodeling phases of microdeformational wound therapy.
Academic Article Microdeformational wound therapy: effects on angiogenesis and matrix metalloproteinases in chronic wounds of 3 debilitated patients.
Concept Neovascularization, Physiologic
Academic Article Mechanisms of action of external volume expansion devices.
Academic Article Celecoxib inhibits early cutaneous wound healing.
Academic Article Moderate-Intensity Intermittent External Volume Expansion Optimizes the Soft-Tissue Response in a Murine Model.
Academic Article Noninvasive induction of angiogenesis in tissues by external suction: sequential optimization for use in reconstructive surgery.
Academic Article Development of a large-volume human-derived adipose acellular allogenic flap by perfusion decellularization.
Academic Article Delayed Postconditioning with External Volume Expansion Improves Survival of Adipose Tissue Grafts in a Murine Model.
Academic Article Delivery of External Volume Expansion through Microdeformational Interfaces Safely Induces Angiogenesis in a Murine Model of Intact Diabetic Skin with Endothelial Cell Dysfunction.
Academic Article MicroRNA-615-5p Regulates Angiogenesis and Tissue Repair by Targeting AKT/eNOS (Protein Kinase B/Endothelial Nitric Oxide Synthase) Signaling in Endothelial Cells.
Academic Article MiR-4674 regulates angiogenesis in tissue injury by targeting p38K signaling in endothelial cells.
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  • Neovascularization Physiologic
Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.