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    Regeneration, the ability to restore lost parts of the body, is a widespread phenomenon in animals. While this ability is somehow limited in classical developmental model organisms, a variety of animals are able to regenerate complex structures such as limbs or important parts of their body, upon injury. Despite the recent emergence of regenerative studies using a large variety of metazoans, we still lack a general view of the evolution of animal regeneration. In the context of the 7th EvoDevo meeting that took place in June 2018 in Galway, Ireland, the "Evolution of regeneration in Metazoa" symposium gathered scientists studying the regenerative potential of evolutionarily distant animal species. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


    Eve Gazave, Eric Röttinger. 7th Euro Evo Devo meeting: Report on the "Evolution of regeneration in Metazoa" symposium. Journal of experimental zoology. Part B, Molecular and developmental evolution. 2021 Mar;336(2):89-93

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