Discovery of epidermal stem cell population may aid wound care

11/1/2012 | McKnight's Long-Term Care News

Belgian researchers found two distinct epidermal cell populations that play a role in tissue repair. Fast-cycling progenitor cells are responsible for day-to-day maintenance of skin, while a slower-cycling stem cell population has better long-term survival potential. The findings could lead to better treatments for wounds, researchers said.

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