Marketa Kaucka, Igor Adameyko


Stem cell investigation


Page 2 of 3 these two molecules are completely sufficient to compensate the absence of Schwann cells and rescue the regenerative process when injected into an injured site. A similar logic has been previously described for regenerating salamander limb: Schwann cells from the transected nerve secrete nAG ligand that stimulates blastemal formation through binding to PROD in other cells of the limb (12). Secretion of nAG leads to local dedifferentiation of mature cells types as a regeneration starting point. It is not clear today, ...

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