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Difference of Gene Expression between Hypertrophic Scar Keratinocytes and Normal Keratinocytes
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  • Journal title : Archives of Plastic Surgery
  • Volume 37, Issue 4,  2010, pp.317-322
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeons
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 Title & Authors
Difference of Gene Expression between Hypertrophic Scar Keratinocytes and Normal Keratinocytes
Choi, Sung-Won; Chung, Ho-Yun; Lim, Young-Kook; Kim, Hoon-Nam; Oh, Ji-Won; Kim, Moon-Kyu; Jeon, Sae-Hwa; Hong, Yong-Taek;
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 Abstract
Purpose: There is no clear evidence of the original cause of hypertrophic scar, and the effective method of treatment is not yet established. Recently the steps of searching in gene and molecular level are proceeding. we are trying to recognize the difference between keratinocytes of hypertrophic scar and normal skin. Then we do support the comprehension of the scar formation mechanism and scar management. Methods: Total RNAs were extracted from cultured keratinocytes from 4 hypertrophic scars and normal skins. The cDNA chips were prepared. A total of 3063 cDNAs from human cDNA library were arrayed. And the scanning data were analyzed. Results: On microarray, heat shock protein, pyruvate kinase, tumor rejection antigen were more than 2 fold intensity genes. Among them, heat shock 70 kd protein showed the strongest intensity difference. Conclusion: In this study, it can be concluded that heat shock proteins play an important role in the process of wound healing and scar formation. This study provides basic biologic information for scar research. The new way of the prevention and treatment of scar formation would be introduced with further investigations.
 Keywords
Hypertrophic scar;Keratinocyte;Heat shock protein;
 Language
Korean
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