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  • Tadpoles See with Extra Eyes

    The Scientist - 02/27/2013

    The findings may also have implications for designing functional artificial or regenerated limbs and organs, noted Günther Zupanc, a neurobiologist at Northeastern University, who also did not participate in the study. “If they don’t connect to the brain, they’re useless,” Zupanc explained. The new research provides clues about “what kind of instructions we need to provide to the body” to make that connection.

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