Blood Plasma-Based Macroporous Scaffolds as Biocompatible Coatings to Restore Full-Thickness Excision Wounds

Olena A. Tykhvynska, Olena Yu. Rogulska, Nataliya O. Volkova, Viktor P. Grischuk, Olena B. Revenko, Svitlana P. Mazur, Volodymyr I. Lozinsky, Yuriy O. Petrenko, Oleksandr Yu. Petrenko


Probl Cryobiol Cryomed 2018; 28(1): 044–048


macroporous scaffolds; biocompatible coatings; excision wounds; wound healing; blood plasma

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