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Lizards are evolutionarily the most closely related vertebrates to humans that can lose and regrow an entire appendage. Regeneration in lizards involves differential expression of hundreds of genes that

Background
Lizards are evolutionarily the most closely related vertebrates to humans that can lose and regrow an entire appendage. Regeneration in lizards involves differential expression of hundreds of genes that regulate wound healing, musculoskeletal development, hormonal response, and embryonic morphogenesis. While microRNAs are able to regulate large groups of genes, their role in lizard regeneration has not been investigated.
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    • 2016-05-05
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    • Digital object identifier: 10.1186/s12864-016-2640-3
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    Hutchins, E. D., Eckalbar, W. L., Wolter, J. M., Mangone, M., & Kusumi, K. (2016). Differential expression of conserved and novel microRNAs during tail regeneration in the lizard Anolis carolinensis. BMC Genomics, 17(1). doi:10.1186/s12864-016-2640-3

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