CELLS ‘PRESS DOWN’ TO MAKE WOUNDS HEAL FASTER

Scientists have uncovered more details about how our bodies repair wounds.

They say having a clearer idea of how the process works might help researchers develop drugs that speed up healing.

Earlier studies identified two processes at play in mending injury in the body. One involves the “purse-string” mechanism where a ring of proteins forms at the edge of a wound and tightens like the strings of a purse.

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