Browse Homo sapiens genes (14)

Gene symbol Entrez ID Intervention Effect on wound healing
CSF2 1437 Protein administration Elevated number of healed wounds; minor side-effects; none of the treated ulcers recurred after 6 months
EGF 1950 Protein administration Reduction in ulcer size and a larger number of healed ulcers; failed to enhance re-epithelialization; no side effects
EGF 1950 Protein administration Accelerated epidermal regeneration
F13A1 2162 Protein administration Improved wound healing; improved granulation tendency; reduction of secretion and bleeding tendency within the ulcer area
FGF10 2255 Protein administration Accelerated wound healing, with more patients achieving wound closure
FGF2 2247 Protein administration Improved wound healing; increased fibroblasts and capillaries; more patients achieved > 70% wound closure
GJA1 2697 Peptide administration Reduction in ulcer area; accelerated re-epithelialization
PDGFB 5155 Protein administration Improved wound healing in the feet of diabetics when used in conjunction with standard wound healing practices
PDGFB 5155 Protein administration After 6 months of topical administration, sufficient granulation tissue developed within the dermal wound; a split-thickness skin graft was successfully performed; wound transformed from a chronic state to a short-term healing state
PDGFB 5155 Protein administration rhPDGF was more effective than standard therapy in both helping a wound to heal and preventing amputation; the effect was similar to the efficacy estimated from previously published randomized controlled trials
PDGFB 5155 Protein administration Greater healing response; no toxic effects
TGFB3 7043 Various Various; Improved quality of scar tissue
TGFB3 7043 Protein administration Improved total scar scores; less abnormal orientation of collagen fibres in the reticular dermis
VEGFA 7422 Overexpression (intramuscular gene transfer) Nonhealing ulcers healed better; improved blood flow with newly visible collateral vessels; adverse consequences were limited to transient ankle or calf edema

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