Destructive and Reparative Processes in Rat's Skin After Burn in Presence of Stem and Progenitor Cell Bioregulators

Daria V. Cherkashina, Olena B. Revenko, Olena Yu. Rogulska, Oleksandr Yu. Petrenko


Probl Cryobiol Cryomed 2018; 28(1): 024–028


mesenchymal stromal cells; conditioned media; bioregulators of stem and progenitor cells; thermal skin injury; wound healing

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