Conserved microRNAs may regulate limb regeneration in evolutionarily distant species

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Several conserved microRNAs, or short, highly conserved noncoding RNAs that are targeted to and inhibit expression of specific genes, may be involved in the regulation of limb regeneration across evolutionarily distant species

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