Washington: Researchers have shed light on how an amputated fingertip of mammals can regenerate.NYU Langone Medical Center researchers used genetically engineered mice to document for the first time the biochemical chain of events that unfolds in the wake of a fingertip amputation. The findings hold promise for amputees who may one day be able to benefit from therapies that help the body regenerate lost limbs.Lead author Mayumi Ito, PhD, assistant professor of dermatology in the Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology at NYU School of Medicine said that everyone knows that fingernails keep growing, but no one has an idea why it happens.
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