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Histochemical Analysis of the Cutaneous Wound Healing in the Amphibian
양서류 피부 상처회복과정에 대한 조직화학적 분석

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Authors
Lim, Do-Sun; Jeong, Soon-Jeong; Jeong, Je-O; Park, Joo-Cheol; Kim, Heung-Joong; Moon, Myung-Jin; Jeong, Moon-Jin
Issue Date
2004
Publisher
한국전자현미경학회
Citation
한국전자현미경학회지 34(1): 1 11,2004
Keywords
AmphibianHistochemistryFrogWound healing
Abstract
The wound healing is very complex biological processing including inflammatory, reepithelialization and matrix construction. According to the biological systematic category, the ability of the healing is very different. Generally healing ability of the lower animal group has been known more excellent compared to its higher group. Therefore, lower animals have been used as the experimental model to explore the mechanism of the wound healing or repair. To verify histochemical characteristics of the wound healing, we have used skin of the frog (Bombina orientalis) as known common amphibian. At day 1, 10, and 16, the mucous substance was very actively synthesized and strong positive by PAS and Alcian blue (pH 2.5). Day 10 after wounding, margin of the wound was gradually strong positive by PTAH staining for detection of collagen synthesis. At 3 to 6 hour and day 23 to 27, we have found the cell division was active through the MG-P staining, in which the concentration and division of DNA in nucleus was green to deep blue color.
ISSN
1225-6773
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/47210
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