A staging system for forelimb regeneration in the axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum.

@article{Tank1976ASS,
  title={A staging system for forelimb regeneration in the axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum.},
  author={P W Tank and Bruce Martin Carlson and Thomas G. Connelly},
  journal={Journal of morphology},
  year={1976},
  volume={150 1},
  pages={117-28}
}
A staging system has been devised for normal regeneration from the upper arm in the mature axolotl. It consists of seven externally definable stages: (1) Wound healing (WH): (2) Dedifferentiation (DD); (3) Early bud (EB); (4) Medium bud (MB); (5) Late bud (LB); (6) Palette (Pal), and (7) Digital outgrowth (DO). Serial histological sections of 38 regenerating limbs were used to correlate gross stages with microscopic events in the regenerative process. 
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