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Wound, heal thyself

Nature Medicinevolume 24pages13111312 (2018) | Download Citation

An in vivo cellular reprogramming strategy to generate epithelial cells from wound mesenchymal cells promotes healing and provides a new avenue for the treatment of nonhealing wounds.

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