HDAC Activity Is Required during Xenopus Tail Regeneration

Tseng. Ai-Sun
Lemire, Joan M.
Levin, Michael
2011-10

The ability to fully restore damaged or lost organs is present in only a subset of animals. The Xenopus tadpole tail is a complex appendage, containing epidermis, muscle, nerves, spinal cord, and vasculature, which regenerates after amputation. Understanding the mechanisms of tail regeneration may lead to new insights to promote biomedical regeneration in non-regenerative tissues. Alt... read more

Subjects
Provost Open Access Fund
Tufts Center for Regenerative and Developmental Biology. Department of Developmental Biology
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/77760
Original publication
Tseng, Ai-Sun, Katia Carneiro, Joan M. Lemire, and Michael Levin. "HDAC Activity Is Required during Xenopus Tail Regeneration." PLoS One 6, no. 10 (October 2011): 1-8.
ID: tufts:PB.002.00020
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