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Drug Cocktail Triggers Regeneration of Amputated Frog Legs
A new chemical treatment allowed African clawed frogs, which normally don’t regenerate limbs, to regrow functional hind legs following amputation.
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Drug Cocktail Triggers Regeneration of Amputated Frog Legs
Drug Cocktail Triggers Regeneration of Amputated Frog Legs

A new chemical treatment allowed African clawed frogs, which normally don’t regenerate limbs, to regrow functional hind legs following amputation.

A new chemical treatment allowed African clawed frogs, which normally don’t regenerate limbs, to regrow functional hind legs following amputation.

ABOVE: © ISTOCK.COM, TUNART
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