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“Basal Cell Migration” in Regeneration of the Corneal Wound-Bed

Publication year 2019
Published in Stem Cell Reports
Authors J. Wijnholds,
The order of authors may deviate from the original publication due to temporary technical issues.

In this issue of Stem Cell Reports, Park et al. (2019) describe real-time in vivo visual monitoring of keratin-14+, Confetti-labeled limbal epithelial stem cells and their progeny as they contribute to central corneal wound-healing. The authors show that corneal wounds initially heal by “basal epithelial cell migration” into the wound-bed.

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