Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, December 8th, 2006
This trend article about Kitasato University, Japan, is an immediate alert from NewsRx to identify developing directions of research.
Study 1: A new study, "Recruitment of a prostaglandin E receptor subtype, EP3-expressing bone marrow cells is crucial in wound-induced angiogenesis," is now available. According to recent research from Kanagawa, Japan, "E-type prostaglandins have been reported to be proangiogenic in vivo. Thus, we examined prostaglandin receptor signaling relevant to wound-induced angiogenesis."
"Full-thickness skin wounds were created on the backs...
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