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Today it is widely recognized that in response to local tissue injury or inflammation, the body responds in a complex set of ways aimed at controlling the micro-environment. Because adipose tissue provides not only cushioning and support of so many normal tissues in the body, but also plays a role in the biochemical homeostasis of these tissues, it is only natural to expect the involvement of adipose tissue in the normal healing response setting. To this end, retention of the cellular and tissue microarchitecture of adipose tissue is important in maximizing the impact during normal healing processes.

Scientific publications

Please see below some relevant papers on the damage response mechanism.

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