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Role of neuropeptides, neurotrophins, and neurohormones in skin wound healing.

Abstract : : Due to the close interactions between the skin and peripheral nervous system, there is increasing evidence that the cutaneous innervation is an important modulator of the normal wound healing process. The communication between sensory neurons and skin cells involves a variety of molecules (neuropeptides, neurohormones, and neurotrophins) and their specific receptors expressed by both neuronal and nonneuronal skin cells. It is well established that neurotransmitters and nerve growth factors released in skin have immunoregulatory roles and can exert mitogenic actions; they could also influence the functions of the different skin cell types during the wound healing process.
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Jérémy Chéret, Nicolas Lebonvallet, Jean-Luc Carré, Laurent Misery, Christelle Le Gall-Ianotto. Role of neuropeptides, neurotrophins, and neurohormones in skin wound healing.. Wound Repair and Regeneration, Wiley, 2013, epub ahead of print. ⟨10.1111/wrr.12101⟩. ⟨hal-00947007⟩

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