Study finds loss of gene allowed mice to regenerate body parts

03/16/2010 | CBC.ca (Canada)

U.S. researchers incised holes in the ears of Murphy Roths Large mice and found that the wounds soon healed without any sign of scarring. The researchers discovered that the absence of a single gene, called p21, had caused the regeneration and say the data may help to find ways to accelerate healing in humans.

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