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Caption: Three days after injury, wounds are healing faster in diabetic mice treated with a synthetic form of BLT2 agonist (bottom) compared with untreated mice (top). Arrows mark the length of the wounds, and arrowheads indicate the progress of epithelial restoration.
Credit: Liu et al., 2014
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