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A group of researchers identified a gene connected to cold-blooded animals' ability to regenerate limbs.
They can sprout new tails in the span of a month.
Starlet sea anemones are great at rebranding.
Some animals can regrow chunks of their brains. Are humans next?
A natural eject button.
The first step toward regenerating human limbs
The cells could be further studied for eventual application to human therapy
Anthony Atala wows the crowd
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