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Overview And General Considerations Of Wound Repair

R. Clark
Published 1998 · Biology

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During the past 20 years, an explosion of new knowledge has occurred in the fields of molecular and cellular biology. Application of this new knowledge to studies of tissue organization is having a major impact on our understanding of the molecular and cellular processes that interact to produce living tissue. Contributors have been selected to review topics of molecular and cellular biology that either provide new insights into or provoke important questions about the dynamic biologic processes of tissue repair. This introductory chapter attempts to outline the individual aspects of wound repair covered in the book and to arrange the extensive information into a continuum of events.



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