LEVERAGING TRANSCRIPTOMIC APPROACHES TO IDENTIFY DIFFERENCES IN GENETIC PROGRAMMING DRIVING TWO DISTINCT WOUND HEALING MECHANISMS, REGENERATION AND FIBROSIS, IN ACOMYS AND MUS

Shishir Biswas
Why can some animals and others cannot? This fundamental question has fueled scientists studying regeneration for hundreds of years since early observations in crayfish, salamanders and many other organisms. While most contemporary work in regeneration is done in a handful of species including salamanders, zebrafish and flatforms, these organisms lack a closely-related, non-regenerating sister species from which unique genetic differences can be identified. Additionally, while much has been learned from these organisms, they do not...
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