Here is another recent wound healing article:
This one is interesting because it allegedly treats the following (listed in the link):
- burn wounds,
- split-thickness skin graft donor site wounds,
- aesthetic treatment wounds (caused e.g. by dermabrasia ablative laser, deep chemical peel),
- radiation wounds,
- skin lesions caused by toxic epidermal necrolysis and
- skin lesions caused by genetic diseases such as epidermolysis bullosa.
So it looks like they're maybe aiming for post-laser, post-dermabrasion application which is somewhat exciting.
This article is also interesting if you're into general regenerative medicine: