It's the PROTEIN plaster! Bandage made with fibronectin found in baby skin speeds up wound healing and doesn't leave any scarring

A plaster made with a protein found in very young skin has been found to speed up wound healing and leave no scars. 
The material contains fibronectin, a protein that helps assembly skin tissue during development. In a recent study by Harvard University, mice treated with the fibronectin patch healed on average three days faster compared with mice whose wounds were just covered with a plastic film. 
They also had no scarring, reports the journal Biomaterials. Foetal skin is rich in fibronectin but it disappears at birth. The scientists are now developing an artificial version for a... read more

3 April 2018 in Health, Views: 86
Source: Daily Mail

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