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Lactate stimulates angiogenesis and accelerates the healing of superficial and ischemic wounds in mice.

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Bibliographic reference Porporato, Paolo ; Payen, Valéry ; De Saedeleer, Christophe ; Préat, Véronique ; Thissen, Jean-Paul ; et. al. Lactate stimulates angiogenesis and accelerates the healing of superficial and ischemic wounds in mice.. In: Angiogenesis, Vol. 15, p. 581-592 (2012)
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