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grow anew or continue growth after an injury or interruption

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2]-catenin pathway and accelerated hair regrow and wound-induced hair follicle neogenesis.
The dog's leg was coated with bone protein, BMP, and a household chemical found in paint, 2/PEA, which encourages the bone to regrow.
For many people, it maintains the hair they still have, and it can regrow up to about 10% of lost hair.
Caption: After studying fossils of extinct amphibians like this one, scientists concluded that some salamander relatives could regrow limbs millions of years ago.
While regrowth of linear nerves has been achieved in the past, this is the first time a custom guide has been created in order to regrow a complex nerve - like the Y-shaped sciatic nerve - with both sensory and motor branches.
The researchers were able to use antibodies detecting ABCB5 to zero in on the stem cells in tissue from deceased human donors and used them to regrow anatomically correct, fully functional human corneas in mice.
As was the case with human cells, the drug caused hair to regrow.
The same cells that regenerate clipped fingernails can be used to regrow amputated fingertips, according to new research.
19 December 2011 - US spinal technology firm SpinalCyte LLC said on Friday it had been issued a Notice Of Acceptance by the Australian Patent Office for its technology to regrow the nucleus of the spinal disc in vivo, using human dermal fibroblasts.
Drought conditions also affect the type of plants that will regrow.
Understanding regeneration in model organisms gives hope that it may one day be possible for amputees to regrow limbs or for heart attack patients to regrow healthy heart muscle.
These cells, which appear identical to one another, regrow the entire limb, complete with all cell types required for a complex organ.
You can take cartilage cells and get them to grow in a lab, then implant those to regrow cartilage.
Its removal is difficult and expensive as it thrives on disturbance and even the tiniest piece can regrow.
Summary: Scientists in Australia develop a surgical technique that may allow cancer-suffering women to regrow their breasts after a mastectomy.