V. P. Kudokotsev

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It is known that amputa ted extremit ies and tails of mammals do not regenerate [1]. Certain investigators have been able to s t imulate regenerat ion processes after amputat ion of toes and parts of extremit ies of young an i mals. Thus, offspring have been obtained f romwhi t e rats that were kept for a long t ime on a diet free of vi tamins A and D.(More)
Vertically directed permanent magnetic fields stimulate tail regeneration in larvae of three anuran species. This effect depends on correlation between the beginning of exposure and the time of injury, magnetic field intensity, species, age and individual features. The permanent magnetic field (133-193 kA/m) enhances differentiation of collagen-containing(More)
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