Hormone Signaling Synchronizes Regeneration with Development Progression

Faith Karanja
In multicellular organisms, hormones are a critical part of growth coordination between tissues and the whole organism. Systemic hormone signaling acts as a timer that ensures the developmental progression of all tissues is coordinated. This coordination is lost when tissues are injured, and the damaged tissues need to be repaired and catch up with the development of undamaged tissues. How do the organisms reestablish the coordination? In Drosophila imaginal disc regeneration, growth coordination is reestablished...
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