This meeting review highlights areas of mutual interest to investigators in the cellular stress response field and to those carrying out wound-healing research. Inflammation, perhaps the major unifying theme of this meeting, is an essential component of the adult wound response and understanding the control of inflammation is a common interest shared with researchers of the cellular stress response. The particular interest of the authors of this review is in chronic non-healing wounds that frequently occur in patients with major illnesses such as diabetes and diseases of the blood vessels. This orientation has undoubtedly influenced the selection of topics. It is fair to say that the authors were often surprised and certainly impressed with the overlapping interests and possibilities for collaboration among investigators of these two research areas
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