injury current

injury current

[′in·jə·rē ‚kə·rənt]
(physiology)
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In actuality, following tissue damage, an injury current is generated that is thought to trigger biological repair [14,18-19].
2+]-induced aequorin luminescence and the decay of injury current density ([I.
1E), either a nonselective vibrating probe that measured the density of injury current produced by all ions ([I.
The first measurements of injury currents near human skin wounds were reported over a century ago (du Bois- Reymond, 1860; Herlitzka, 1910).
They reported that injury currents near wounds last longer than 5 h, so an endogenous EF may still direct migration in vivo.
Modification of endogenous injury currents also affects wound healing.

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