Topical JAG1, a Notch Activator, Accelerates Splinted Cutaneous Excisional Wound Closure in K14-Notch2 Knockout Mice


INTRODUCTION: Over 6.5M patients suffer from wound-related complications annually in the USA resulting in a cost of >$25B/yr. Our laboratory is interested in improving the wound healing process. We have previously shown that... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Kayla Leibl (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
  2. Zviadi Aburjania (University of Alabama - Birmingham)
  3. Benjamin Giertych (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
  4. Timothy King (University of Alabama at Birmingham)

Topic Areas

Trauma / Critical Care , Other


QS-TCC/CT » Quick-Shot Presentations: Trauma/Critical Care/Acute Care Surgery/Cardiothoracic Surgery (15:00 - Thursday, 21st September, Dearth Tower Conf 2)