Sustained local application of low-dose epidermal growth factor on steroid-inhibited colonic wound healing

2004-04-01
Sakallioglu, AE
Yagmurlu, A
Dindar, H
Hasırcı, Nesrin
Renda, N
Deveci, MS
Background/Purpose: The effects of locally administered low-dose epidermal growth factor in a steroid-inhibited wound healing were investigated in a rat model.
JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY

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Citation Formats
A. Sakallioglu, A. Yagmurlu, H. Dindar, N. Hasırcı, N. Renda, and M. Deveci, “Sustained local application of low-dose epidermal growth factor on steroid-inhibited colonic wound healing,” JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC SURGERY, pp. 591–595, 2004, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/32187.