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Systemic Bud Induction and Retinoic Acid Signaling Underlie Whole Body Regeneration in the Urochordate Botrylloides leachi

Some of the most fundamental issues in developmental biology concern the ability of metazoans to regenerate. In most multicellular organisms, adult stem cells maintain organs’ homeostasis throughout life and facilitate tissue repair after injury or disease [1]. Several organisms are capable of regrowing amputated organs and body parts, for example, amphibian limbs, lens, and retina.

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Systemic Bud Induction and Retinoic Acid Signaling Underlie Whole Body Regeneration in the Urochordate Botrylloides leachi

Some of the most fundamental issues in developmental biology concern the ability of metazoans to regenerate. In most multicellular organisms, adult stem cells maintain organs’ homeostasis throughout life and facilitate tissue repair after injury or disease [1]. Several organisms are capable of regrowing amputated organs and body parts, for example, amphibian limbs, lens, and retina.

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Systemic Bud Induction and Retinoic Acid Signaling Underlie Whole Body Regeneration in the Urochordate Botrylloides leachi

Some of the most fundamental issues in developmental biology concern the ability of metazoans to regenerate. In most multicellular organisms, adult stem cells maintain organs’ homeostasis throughout life and facilitate tissue repair after injury or disease [1]. Several organisms are capable of regrowing amputated organs and body parts, for example, amphibian limbs, lens, and retina.

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