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The EGFR pathway is an essential signaling system in animals, whose core components are the epidermal growth factors (EGF ligands) and their trans-membrane tyrosine kinase receptors (EGFRs). Despite extensive knowledge in classical model organisms, little is known of the composition and function of the EGFR pathway in most animal lineages. Here, we have(More)
Freshwater planarians are unique in their ability to regenerate a complete Central Nervous System (CNS) from almost any small piece of their body in just a few days. The planarian CNS contains a pair of anterior cephalic ganglia lying on top of two ventral nerve cords that extend along the length of the animal. Studies of planarian CNS regeneration have(More)
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