Gelatinlike material holds promise for healing deep wounds

06/22/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Researchers at Cornell University have developed a gelatinlike substance that could speed healing of bone-deep wounds. The material is based on collagen extracted from rats and has channels specially designed to promote blood vessel growth. When inserted into mouse wounds, functional blood vessels grew throughout the structure within two weeks.

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