Protein-based biomaterials that promote rapid wound healing are prepared by expression of artificial genes in bacterial cells. Artificial extracellular matrix proteins containing full-length fibronectin domains 9 and 10 exhibit strong α5β1 integrin binding and support rapid spreading, proliferation, and collective migration of fibroblasts.
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