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Genes that regulate blastemas, which could automatically regenerate a missing human limb or organ, might be goaded into action by some drug.
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Researchers have succeeded in making mouse stem cells mature again to resemble muscle, bone, or fat cells, similar to what happens with newt tissue.
The research could lead to humans regrowing cells in damaged organs.
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