Topical docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) accelerates skin wound healing in rats and activates GPR120

Topical docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) accelerates skin wound healing in rats and activates GPR120

Eva L. Arantes, Nathalia Dragano, Albina Ramalho, Daniele Vitorino, Gabriela F. de-Souza, Maria H. M. Lima, Licio A. Velloso, Eliana P. Araújo

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The development of methods for improving skin wound healing may have an impact on the outcomes of a number of medical conditions. The topical use of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) can accelerate skin wound healing through mechanisms that involve, at least in part, the modulation of inflammatory...

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Topical docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) accelerates skin wound healing in rats and activates GPR120

Eva L. Arantes, Nathalia Dragano, Albina Ramalho, Daniele Vitorino, Gabriela F. de-Souza, Maria H. M. Lima, Licio A. Velloso, Eliana P. Araújo


										

Topical docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) accelerates skin wound healing in rats and activates GPR120

Eva L. Arantes, Nathalia Dragano, Albina Ramalho, Daniele Vitorino, Gabriela F. de-Souza, Maria H. M. Lima, Licio A. Velloso, Eliana P. Araújo

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    Biological research for nursing: integrating biobehavioral research into health care

    Vol. 18, no. 4 (July, 2016), p. 411-419