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A pinboard by
Ilgar Abdullayev

PhD student, Karolinska Institutet

PINBOARD SUMMARY

Salamanders have an impressive ability to regenerate lost body parts, including complete restoration of lost limbs. An important aspect of the limb regeneration is the formation of a blastema; an autonomous mass of histologically indistinguishable cells that develop into the new appendage. We performed experiments combining single-cell RNA-seq and padlock in situ sequencing of the regenerating newt limb. Our results provide unprecedented insight into blastema heterogeneity during limb regeneration and provide the information necessary to develop blastema specific expression markers.

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