A protein produced by endothelial cells that line blood vessels has been found to regulate the timing of cell proliferation following liver injury, further demonstrating the role of vascular signals in tissue regeneration.
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Cox, A., Goessling, W. Take the brakes off for liver repair. Nature 506, 299–300 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1038/506299a