Banerjee, K.; Madhyastha, R.; Nakajima, Y.; Maruyama, M.; Madhyastha, H. Nanoceutical Adjuvants as Wound Healing Material: Precepts and Prospects. Int. J. Mol. Sci.2021, 22, 4748.
Banerjee, K.; Madhyastha, R.; Nakajima, Y.; Maruyama, M.; Madhyastha, H. Nanoceutical Adjuvants as Wound Healing Material: Precepts and Prospects. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2021, 22, 4748.
Dermal wound healing describes the progressive repair and recalcitrant mechanism of damaged skin and eventually reformatting and reshaping the skin. Many probiotics, nutraceuticals, metal nanoparticles have been associated with improved healing process of intra and inter tissue wounds. Despite the vast nature on material based wound healing mediators, the exact mechanism on material-cellular interaction is still point of repent issue particularly in diabetics and pathological condition. The use of bioengineered alternative agents will likely only continue to dominate the outpatient and perioperative management of chronic, recalcitrant wounds as new additional products continue to cut costs and improve wound healing process. This review article provides an update of the various remedies with confirmed wound healing activities by a diverse group of agents from previous experiments conducted by various researchers
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