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    Identification of Genes Involved in Limb Regeneration in the Axolotl Ambystoma mexicanum
    Authors: Andrei Kochegarov*, Ashley Moses-Arms, Michael C. Hanna and Larry F. Lemanski
    Abstract: The Mexican axolotl, Ambystoma mexicanum, is a unique vertebrate species which has amazing powers of limb regeneration. In the present study we have used a Subtractive Amplification approach to identify genes which are activated ...
    Anoctamin5 is Related to Plasma Membrane Repair
    Authors: Yuemin Tian, Jerry Wright, Liudmila Cebotaru, Hua Wang and William B. Guggino*
    Abstract: Anoctamin 5 (Ano5), which belongs to anoctamin gene family, was recently identified as calcium activated chloride channel (Ca CC). Mutations in theAno5 gene cause limb-girdle muscular dystrophy (LGMD) 2L,...
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    Regenerative Medicine aims at restoring vital functions of the organs in patients injured by pathological or/and iatrogenic factors. It is accomplished by stimulating patients’ natural healing abilities with bio-engineered molecules, as well as by therapeutic deliveries of bio-engineered cells. This journal aims at creating a forum for advancing science elucidating foundations for molecular and cellular bases of regenerative medicine.
    The manuscripts elucidating basic molecular mechanisms of regeneration of human organs, as well as, facilitating streamlining of research into clinics will be given the publishing priority.
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    The targeted readership will primarily include scientists working on molecular and cellular bases of regeneration, physicians implementing novel strategies of molecular and stem cell therapy, and teams conducting the clinical trials in regenerative medicine.
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