Firstly, we special thanks to Prof Dr Vasıf HASIRCI and Nesrin HASIRCI for their help in preperation of biomaterial-grade Wound Dressing layers.
At the design of ABC transporter domin plasmid and signal tag plasmids for EGF, we appretiate very much to Jung Hoon Ahn from Institute for Gifted Students, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
At the design of oxygen promoter and its usage techniques, thank you very much to Hikmet Geckil, Fulbright Postdoctoral Researcher at Harvard-MIT Health Sciences and Technology and his assistant Emel Aytan.
At the lab works, because of their vital helps, we want to say that we owe to Prof.Dr. Nilüfer CIHANGIR from Hacettepe University ,Serpil TAKAC from Chemical Engineering at Ankara University, and Aysel UGUR from Mugla University.
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