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SHORT COMMUNICATION: TALEN-mediated gene editing of the thrombospondin-1 locus in axolotl
REASEARCH ARTICLE: Reintegration of the regenerated and the remaining tissues during joint regeneration in the newt Cynops pyrrhogaster
REVIEW: The axolotl limb blastema: cellular and molecular mechanisms driving blastema formation and limb regeneration in tetrapods
ORIGINAL ARTICLE: The regeneration blastema of lizards: an amniote model for the study of appendage replacement
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