Advances in signaling in vertebrate regeneration as a prelude to regenerative medicine.

@article{StoickCooper2007AdvancesIS,
  title={Advances in signaling in vertebrate regeneration as a prelude to regenerative medicine.},
  author={Cristi L. Stoick-Cooper and Randall T. Moon and Gilbert Weidinger},
  journal={Genes & development},
  year={2007},
  volume={21 11},
  pages={
          1292-315
        }
}
While all animals have evolved strategies to respond to injury and disease, their ability to functionally recover from loss of or damage to organs or appendages varies widely damage to skeletal muscle, but, unlike amphibians and fish, they fail to regenerate heart, lens, retina, or appendages. The relatively young field of regenerative medicine strives to develop therapies aimed at improving regenerative processes in humans and is predicated on >40 years of success with bone marrow transplants… CONTINUE READING

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