MMPs: A Surprising Ingredient in Healthy Wound Repair

How much do you really know about MMPs? MMPs are often portrayed as the adversary in wound repair and TIMPs are frequently considered the hero. The truth is more complex than this. The proper functioning of each depends on the other and they work together to help create a balanced environment that keeps tissue healthy. Click play for a 10-minute video on the compound roles of these proteins and the ways they work to facilitate tissue restoration.

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