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In vivo visualization of the origination of skin graft vasculature in a wild-type/GFP crossover model

In vivo visualization of the origination of skin graft vasculature in a wild-type/GFP crossover model,10.1016/j.mvr.2011.07.003,Microvascular Research

In vivo visualization of the origination of skin graft vasculature in a wild-type/GFP crossover model  
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IntroductionSkin substitutes are increasingly produced in tissue engineering, but still the understanding of the physiological skin revascularization process is lacking. To study in vivo conditions we recently introduced a mouse model, in which we already characterized the angiogenic changes within the wound bed and the skin graft. The aim of this study was to identify the origination of the vasculature during skin graft revascularization in vivo and to track vessel development over time.
Journal: Microvascular Research - MICROVASCULAR RES , vol. 82, no. 3, pp. 237-245, 2011
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