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Figure 7: Insulin accelerates wound healing and improves re-epithelialization. Excision wounds were performed in C57BL/6J mice, and the healing process was monitored at different time points. (a) Representative images of wounds which were treated with vehicle (30 μl saline solution) or 0.03 u insulin/30 μl saline solution every two days (b) Wound area was quantified every two days and expressed as the percentage of the original wound area (n = 9; Statistics are shown as comparisons between the treatment and control. *P < 0.05). Insulin significantly decreased wound area.[49] HBOT[17]

Figure 7: Insulin accelerates wound healing and improves re-epithelialization. Excision wounds were performed in C57BL/6J mice, and the healing process was monitored at different time points. (a) Representative images of wounds which were treated with vehicle (30 μl saline solution) or 0.03 u insulin/30 μl saline solution every two days (b) Wound area was quantified every two days and expressed as the percentage of the original wound area (<i>n</i> = 9; Statistics are shown as comparisons between the treatment and control. *<i>P</i> < 0.05). Insulin significantly decreased wound area.<sup>[49]</sup> HBOT<sup>[17]</sup>