Wound Healing Rate
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Human wounds tend to gape and generally take a long time to heal. Strong anecdotal evidence indicates that non-human primates heal wounds faster than humans. For example, it is said that chimpanzees “heal over-night”, both in captivity and in the wild. The mechanism of this apparent difference is unknown. Interestingly, mice with a human-like defect in the CMAH gene showed delayed wound repair.