Sweat glands hold wound healing potential in diabetes

11/26/2012 | RedOrbit

Researchers at the University of Michigan Medical School are examining the role of sweat glands in wound repair, hoping to develop treatments to enhance healing of conditions including diabetic ulcers. Sweat glands were able to produce keratinocyte outgrowths, which in turn may generate new epidermis, they said. The study appeared in the American Journal of Pathology.

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