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Optimum microcurrent stimulation intensity for galvanotaxis in human fibroblasts

Journal of Wound Care

Jan 1, 2012

Masaharu SugimotoHiroto Terashi

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In this study, we develop methods to measure galvanotaxis of fibroblasts and determined the optimum conditions of electrical stimulation. An inverted 35mm dish containing cell suspensions (3×105 primary human skin fibroblasts, DMEM, and 10% FBS) was placed on the centre of a 100mm dish....read more

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Double-Blind Method
Physical Therapy (Field)
Skin
Randomization
Interferential Current Electrotherapy
Cell Proliferation
Specimen Type - Fibroblasts
Fibroblasts
In Vitro [Publication Type]
Pressure Ulcer
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Optimum microcurrent stimulation intensity for galvanotaxis in human fibroblasts

Journal of Wound Care

Jan 1, 2012

Masaharu SugimotoHiroto Terashi

PMID: 22240927

DOI: 10.12968/jowc.2012.21.sup9.s5

Abstract

In this study, we develop methods to measure galvanotaxis of fibroblasts and determined the optimum conditions of electrical stimulation. An inverted 35mm dish containing cell suspensions (3×105 primary human skin fibroblasts, DMEM, and 10% FBS) was placed on the centre of a 100mm dish....read more

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Double-Blind Method
Physical Therapy (Field)
Skin
Randomization
Interferential Current Electrotherapy

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