Some animals, like salamanders are known to be able to regrow their limbs after amputation, but the same is not seen in mammals. This breakthrough study from Texas A&M University has shown however, that mammal cells have the ability to regrow, they just don’t. When treated with two different bone growing proteins, the amputated stumps of the mice began to regrow bone and cartilage.
Source: New Scientist
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