Research Paper Volume 13, Issue 6 pp 9028—9042

Effect of bovine bone collagen oligopeptides on wound healing in mice

The size of wound un-closure. (A) in excision wound tissue and the tensile of strength (B) in incision wound tissue of mice treated with vehicle and BCOP. NC, normal control group; BCOP-L, 0.75 g/kg bovine bone collagen oligopeptides group; BCOP-M, 1.50 g/kg bovine bone collagen oligopeptides group; BCOP-H, 3.00 g/kg bovine bone collagen oligopeptides group. Values were presented as mean ± SD. *Compared with NC, statistical significance was set at p

Figure 2. The size of wound un-closure. (A) in excision wound tissue and the tensile of strength (B) in incision wound tissue of mice treated with vehicle and BCOP. NC, normal control group; BCOP-L, 0.75 g/kg bovine bone collagen oligopeptides group; BCOP-M, 1.50 g/kg bovine bone collagen oligopeptides group; BCOP-H, 3.00 g/kg bovine bone collagen oligopeptides group. Values were presented as mean ± SD. *Compared with NC, statistical significance was set at p < 0.05.