Epidermal growth factor

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Epidermal growth factor (EGF) and epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) are important in regeneration of damaged tissues. Moreover, it was estimated that EGFR inhibitors can be useful for the cancer treatment. In that way, both ECF and EGFR may become a good remedy for cancer and wounds<sup>[1]</sup>.  
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Epidermal growth factor (EGF) and [[epidermal growth factor receptor|epidermal growth factor receptor]] (EGFR) are important in regeneration of damaged [[Tissue|tissues]]. Moreover, it was estimated that EGFR inhibitors can be useful for the [[cancer |cancer]] treatment. In that way, both ECF and EGFR may become a good remedy for cancer and wounds<ref>Richard J. Bodnar. Epidermal Growth Factor and Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor: The Yin and Yang in the Treatment of Cutaneous Wounds and Cancer. Advances in Wound Care. 2013 Feb; 2(1): 24–29.</ref>.<br>
  
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1. Richard J. Bodnar. Epidermal Growth Factor and Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor: The Yin and Yang in the Treatment of Cutaneous Wounds and Cancer. Advances in Wound Care. 2013 Feb; 2(1): 24–29. &nbsp;&nbsp;
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Latest revision as of 13:45, 4 December 2018

Epidermal growth factor (EGF) and epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) are important in regeneration of damaged tissues. Moreover, it was estimated that EGFR inhibitors can be useful for the cancer treatment. In that way, both ECF and EGFR may become a good remedy for cancer and wounds[1].

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  1. Richard J. Bodnar. Epidermal Growth Factor and Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor: The Yin and Yang in the Treatment of Cutaneous Wounds and Cancer. Advances in Wound Care. 2013 Feb; 2(1): 24–29.
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