Developing next generation materials for chronic wound repair

Researchers at Texas A&M University and Stevens Institute of Technology are laying groundwork to develop the next generation of biomedical materials used to treat chronic wounds. "The findings from this study provide an important stepping stone for developing smarter skin grafts that can help facilitate wound healing, while minimizing infection for those hard to heal skin wounds," one of the researchers said.

Provided by Texas A&M University

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