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  • Nailing Regeneration

    The Scientist - 06/12/2013

    “The work really highlights that mammals don’t completely lack the ability to regenerate—it’s just that the correct developmental signaling is not turned on,” said James Monaghan, a regeneration biologist at Northeastern University who was not involved with the study. “It shows for first time how similar mammalian digit regeneration is to amphibian limb regeneration.”

     

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