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Characterizing Epithelial Wound Healing In Vivo Using the Cnidarian Model Organism Clytia hemisphaerica

DOI :

10.3791/65081-v

7:47 min

February 10th, 2023

February 10th, 2023

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1Department of Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology, The University of Chicago

This paper describes a method to create wounds in the epithelium of a live Clytia hemisphaerica medusa and image wound healing at a high resolution in vivo. Additionally, a technique to introduce dyes and drugs to perturb signaling processes in the epithelial cells and extracellular matrix during wound healing is presented.

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Epithelial Wound Healing

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