Contact: Sandra Leander
Arizona State University
Caption: Arizona State University researchers discovered that green anole lizards turn on at least 326 genes in specific regions of the regenerating tail, including genes involved in embryonic development, response to hormonal signals and wound healing.
Credit: Joel Robertson
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