Studies have been considered, which concern identification of regulatory genes in adult newts and their expression during retinal and lens regeneration. B.L. Astaurov repeatedly urged to join efforts of geneticists and embryologists in studies of the mechanisms underlying biological phenomena. This was also true for studies of regeneration. Such studies became possible only after introduction of molecular biology methods. Studies of the mechanisms underlying regeneration have been recently carried out jointly by geneticists and developmental biologists. This review presented at the conference dedicated to the 100th anniversary of B.L. Astaurov deals with these aspects in studies of regeneration.
Russian Journal of Developmental Biology – Springer Journals
Published: Aug 15, 2005
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