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The role of Regenerate Christchurch is to identify opportunities to regenerate particular areas, assess those opportunities and put forward development proposals and advice for the government and Christchurch City Council to consider.
Adult stem cells may be able to regenerate in response to injury to tissue as part of a natural healing process.
Even salamanders, frog tadpoles and fish regenerate their tails but they turn on genes only in the "Wnt pathway" but lizards have a tissue growth that is distributed throughout the tail and that is what makes the regeneration unique.
For the first time, we've shown that you can regenerate lost material in a structural polymer.
MicroRNAs--tiny strands that regulate gene expression--contribute to the heart's ability to regenerate up to one week after birth.
The digit bones can regenerate only if the amputated stump still has some nail stem cells, the researchers found.
I thought the pounds 9bn spent on the Olympics was supposed to regenerate the east end of London.
Projects can apply for grants of between pounds 300,000 and pounds 800,000 to help groups regenerate and reinvigorate their assets.
When Cllr Dunning stated only the protestors believed the scheme wouldn't regenerate Redcar, he was wrong.
The ER technology is an add-on component that uses the SRS self-regenerating suppressor to regenerate the starting eluent.
Princeton psychologist Elizabeth Gould has shown otherwise: Neurons can regenerate.
Results such as these provide increasing evidence that TRCs can be safely used to regenerate bone in humans whose ability to maintain and repair their skeleton is impaired by disease or trauma," stated Janet M.