Jigsaw-shaped peptide solves tissue regeneration puzzle

Recreating native physiological processes in manmade materials imitating the biological structures involved in wound healing has proved to be a lasting challenge. The main problems are modeling the appropriate functions that prompt cell growth, and oversimplified frameworks that do not reflect the complex network of interactions. Researchers from Japan may have found a solution to this puzzle.

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