Scientist Solutions: International Life Science Community By Scientists For Scientists
    
Home » Forums » Cell Culture and Tissue Culture » Primary Cells » The application of fibroblast cells

Thanks to our sponsors who make this site possible

The application of fibroblast cells

RSS Feed

Would you like to save this topic, event, protocol or job so you can find it again easily?

Just click the "Save to My Lab Drawer" link and the item will be saved in the My Lab Drawer section of your bench space.

Available to members only. Please log in or register for your free account now.

benniegeorge123
United States

Send PM
See Mini bio

Status: Frog Egg
Frog Egg
Topic Started by benniegeorge123
on 9/13/2017 5:46 AM   
Reply to this post Go to the top of the page

 Fibroblasts, the most common mammalian connective tissue cells, are specialized for the secretion of collagenous extracellular matrix and are jointly responsible for the architectural framework of the body. A fibroblast cell plays a critical role in wound healing. When a tissue is injured, the fibroblasts nearby proliferate, migrate into the wound, and produce large amounts of collagenous matrix, which helps to isolate and repair the damaged tissue.



Attached file: ?? (1).jpg
?? (1).jpg

As a Scientist Solutions member, you are able to register a positive vote for any topic which you believe is useful and relevant to our board or any reply which you believe is especially well worded and helpful.

By participating in the voting, you will be helping to identify the best topics & replies on the board.

You may vote once for any one post, and you may not vote for your own posts.

A post (topic or reply) will earn one "thumbs up" icon for every 10 votes received (up to 3 thumbs up), and the person who made the post will also earn two bonus points.

learn more about member points.