The adaptive remodeling and repair mechanisms responsible for the correction of malformed craniofacial and brain tissue in pre-metamorphic Xenopus laevis

Pinet, Kaylinnette.


  • Tissue form and function are inextricably connected. Therefore, deciphering how tissues structures are formed, maintained, remodeled, and repaired enlightens one about how various tissue functions arise, persist, change, and reemerge. Here we first examine the broad mechanisms through which animals modify tissue morphology and function, then the specific methods applied by pre-metamorphic ... read more
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