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Table 1 Characteristics of patients included for the analysis of granulation tissue

From: Oxidant therapy improves adipogenic differentiation of adipose-derived stem cells in human wound healing

Patient Age (years) Gender Wound type Location Wound condition (days) Adipocytes (PLIN1 pos. cells)
1 50-59 2 Infection Foot 18 +++
2 80-89 1 Pressure Ulcer Sacrum 12 +++
3 50-59 2 Trauma Foot 13 +++
4 60-69 1 Post-Operative - Malignancy Thigh 97 ++
5 70-79 2 Infection Knee 11 -
6 90-100 2 Pressure Ulcer Sacrum 7 ++
7 40-59 1 Pressure Ulcer Hip 13 +
8 40-49 2 Pressure Ulcer Hip 57 -
9 18-27 2 Pressure Ulcer Hip n.a +
10 50-59 2 Pressure Ulcer Hip 14 +
11 40-49 1 Pressure Ulcer Hip 22 ++
12 50-59 2 Pressure Ulcer Hip 14 +
13 70-79 1 Infection Breast 14 ++
  1. Granulation tissue patient characteristics, including wound localization, etiology (wound type), days of wound condition (after first debridement until granulation tissue harvest), and estimated frequency of adipocytes (+ indicates single adipocytes, ++ indicates for single adipocytes and small adipocyte cluster, +++ single adipocytes, and many adipocyte cluster—no adipocytes detected)