Attenuation of flightless I improves wound healing and enhances angiogenesis in a murine model of type 1 diabetes
Aims/hypothesis: Skin lesions and ulcerations are severe complications of diabetes that often result in leg amputations. In this study we investigated the function of the cytoskeletal protein flightless I (FLII) in diabetic wound healing. We hypothesised
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