Published in Blood Weekly, February 3rd, 2005
"Deer antler offers a unique opportunity to explore how nature solves the problem of mammalian appendage regeneration. Annual antler renewal is an example of epimorphic regeneration, which is known to take place through initial blastema formation.
"Detailed examination of the early process of antler regeneration, however, has thus far been lacking. Therefore, we conducted morphological observations on antler regeneration from naturally cast and artificially created pedicle/antler stumps," scientists in New Zealand report.
"On the naturally cast pedicle stumps," said C.Y....
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