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Sticking it to Scleroderma: Potential Therapies Blocking Elevated Adhesive and Contractile Signaling


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#1 Jeannie McClelland

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Posted 24 June 2010 - 10:11 AM

Sticking it to Scleroderma: Potential Therapies Blocking Elevated Adhesive and Contractile Signaling. During repair of connective tissue, resting fibroblasts become `activated'; that is, they migrate into the wound where they synthesize and remodel new extracellular matrix. Leask, Andrew. (IngentaConnect) Current Enzyme Inhibition, Vol. 6, No. 2, July 2010. Pp. 97-104(8). (Also see: Wound Healing and Fibroblasts)

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