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Tag: Wound Healing

Injured muscle
New research published in Nature has shown that senescent cells hamper muscle regeneration through inflammation and fibrosis [1]. Cellular senescence is one of the hallmarks of aging. However, there is a growing understanding that, just like aging itself, senescence is a complex and heterogeneous phenomenon [2]. Senescent phenotypes differ considerably depending on what causes them...
Old and Young Mice
A new publication in Aging Cell has found divergent results between the post-injury muscle regeneration of young and old mice treated with senolytics [1]. Senescent cells: Friend or foe for muscle regeneration? Why we Age: Cellular SenescenceAs your body ages, more of your cells become senescent. Senescent cells do not divide or support the tissues of which...
Injured Hand
The latest research out of the Journal of Cell Biology shines a light on why our skin loses its healing abilities as we age. SkinSkin, as the most readily visible organ of the human body, is one of the first to let us know that we are getting older. Our skin goes beyond appearance; it...
Woman applying topical skin cream
A new study published in Archives of Dermatological Research has shown that a novel microporous membrane can promote the regeneration of healthy human skin. SkinSkin, as the most readily visible organ of the human body, is one of the first to let us know that we are getting older. Our skin goes beyond appearance; it...