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Regeneration


Book Series:  A Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology Collection
Subject Area(s):  Developmental BiologyCell Biology

Edited by Kenneth D. Poss, Duke University Medical Center; Donald T. Fox, Duke University Medical Center

Due December 2021 • 300 pages (approx.), illustrated, index
Hardcover • $135 94.50
ISBN  978-1-621824-09-1
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Description

Many organisms are able to regenerate damaged tissues — from heart muscle after cardiac injury in mammals to entire limbs in organisms like the axolotl. This volume explores the biological basis of regeneration, examining the developmental pathways involved, the underlying molecular mechanisms and how this knowledge may ultimately be applied therapeutically.

Contents

Preliminary
Positional Information and Stem Cells Combine to Result in Planarian Regeneration
Peter W. Reddien
Cellular, Metabolic and Developmental Dimensions of Whole-Body Regeneration in Hydra
Matthias Christian Vogg, Wanda Buzgariu, Nenad Suknovic, and Brigitte Galliot
Imaginal Disc Regeneration
Iswar Hariharan
Pancreatic Beta Cell Development and Regeneration
Natanya Kerper, Sudipta Ashe, and Matthias Hebrok
It's Complex to Regenerate a Simple Structure: Lessons from the Zebrafish Fin
Ivonne Sehring and Gilbert Weidinger
Innate Mechanisms of Heart Regeneration
Hui-Min Yin, C. Geoffrey Burns, and Caroline E. Burns
Hematopoietic Stem Cells and Regeneration
Mitch Biermann and Tannishtha Reya
Inducing Vertebrate Limb Regeneration: A Review of Past Advances and Future Outlook
Devon Davidian and Michael Levin
Cell Reprogramming
Marius Wernig
Comparative Biology of Vertebrate Retinal Regeneration: Restoration of Vision through Cellular Reprogramming
Levi Todd and Thomas A. Reh
All For One and One for All: Regenerating Skeletal Muscle
Sajedah M. Hindi and Douglas P. Millay
Liver Regeneration
Hao Zhu
It Takes a Village: Building and Maintaining the Skin
Ya-Chieh Hsu and Elaine Fuchs
Mammalian Digit Tip Regeneration: Moving from Phenomenon to Molecular Mechanism
Gemma L. Johnson and Jessica A. Lehoczky
Good Neighbors: The Niche that Fine Tunes Mammalian Intestinal Regeneration
Brisa Palikuqi, Jérémie Rispal, and Ophir Klein
Lung Epithelial Regeneration
Purushothama Tata
Polyploidy in Tissue Repair and Regeneration
Erin C. Bailey, Sara Kobielski, John Park, and Vicki P. Losick
Positional Memory in Vertebrate Regeneration: A Century's Insights from the Salamander Limb
Leo Otsuki and Elly M. Tanaka
Regeneration, Rejuvenation, and Replacement: Turning Back the Clock on Tissue Aging
Thomas A. Rando and D. Leanne Jones
Insect Gut Regeneration
Peng Zhang and Bruce A. Edgar
Axon Regeneration: A Subcellular Extension in Multiple Dimensions
Carla C. Winter, Zhigang He, and Anne Jacobi
Emerging Models of Regeneration
Alejandro Sanchez Alvarado
Index