Molecular Characterization of Early Dedifferentiation in Newt Forelimb Regeneration

Jason Vanstone
Newts have the incredible ability to regenerate many different organs and tissues as adults, including the limbs. Limb regeneration occurs via the dedifferentiation of stump tissue and the formation of a blastema, which provides the majority of cells for the regenerate. Despite all that we have learned about dedifferentiation and blastema formation, the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying these processes are still poorly understood. We used representational difference analysis (RDA) to identify genes involved in...
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