Regeneration of Hair Follicles Is Modulated by Flightless I (Flii) in a Rodent Vibrissa Model
Regeneration of cells, tissues, and organs has long captured the attention of researchers for its obvious potential benefits in biomedical applications. Although mammals are notoriously poor at regeneration compared with many lower-order species, the hair follicle, paradoxically a defining characteristic of mammals, is capable of regeneration following partial amputation. To investigate the role of a negative regulator of wound healing, flightless I (Flii), on hair follicle regeneration, the...[Show more]
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