Comparative Studies | Veterinary Sciences | India | Volume 6 Issue 1, January 2017
A Role of Bovine Cardiac Myosin-Hydrogel Polymere to Accelerate Wound Healing of Autograft Skin in Rabbits
Ibrahim MH Alrashid | Shireen J Khaleel
Abstract: The present study were showed more developed in 2nd and 3rd treated groups compare with control and 1st trated groups which were treated by bovine cardiac myosin-hydrogel polymer in three concentration 25 %, 50 % and 75 %, while control group treated with gentamicine and hydrogel only, gross pictures were showed similar in all groups at 1-3 days after surgery, 2nd and 3rd groups were loss scar tissue above wound and wound line were showed until 9 days in 3rd treated group, while wound line in 2nd group were disappeared until to 10-13 days after surgery. Histopathological changes is very important to evidence the bovine cardiac myosin-hydrogel was effect to accelarete wound healing and speed recovery, collagen and fibers matrix in histopathology slides reveal to speed healing and the role of bovine cardiac myosin in wound healing, in conclusion the bovine cardiac myosin is highly effect in wound healing, in recommended, to more study in this protein specially biochemical study and cytologyical study to knowledge the main elements whose play roles in wound healing.
Keywords: bovine myosine, polymere, hydrogel, wound healing, cardiac myosine
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 1, January 2017,
Pages: 542 - 551
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Ibrahim MH Alrashid, Shireen J Khaleel, "A Role of Bovine Cardiac Myosin-Hydrogel Polymere to Accelerate Wound Healing of Autograft Skin in Rabbits", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=ART20163557, Volume 6 Issue 1, January 2017, 542 - 551, #ijsrnet
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