Stimulation of Regeneration
Under ordinary experimental conditions certain organs in mammals do not regenerate or they do so to an extremely slight degree. This is true of the brain and spinal cord, the limbs and tail, the cranial bones, blood vessels, etc. However, if these organs are subjected to various procedures, it is possible to induce and stimulate regeneration in them, and in some cases this regeneration culminates in complete restoration of the organ.
KeywordsNerve Cell Heart Muscle Malonic Acid Cranial Bone Calcium Lactate
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