In February 2019, Li Chen et al. published their study "Autologous nanofat transplantation accelerates foot wound healing in diabetic rats" Their study "explored the effects of local transplantation of autologous nanofat." Their study found that the rats' nanofat-treated feet had significantly smaller wound areas 7 and 9 days after grafting. They also concluded that "research shows that autologous nanofat transplantation can promote diabetic foot wound healing in rats." Click below to read the paper.
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