Skip to main content

Professor Sudipta Seal visited the Institute of Metal Research at the Chinese Academy of Sciences this past week.

During the visit, Seal delivered a lecture titled “Nanoceria with engineered defects: Antioxidative Mimetic Enzymes.” In his lecture, he discussed the role of CNP to accelerate the wound healing process through reducing the oxidative/nitrosative damage and inducing a proliferative effect on the migration of keratinocytes, fibroblast, and vascular endothelial cells. He also introduced the CNP his team successfully conjugated, which promotes the wound healing in diabetic mice by reducing the oxidative stress environment and promoting macrophage transition.