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Cardiovascular biology

A boost for heart regeneration

Heart muscle cells die en masse after injury, yet the adult mammalian heart retains little capacity to regenerate them. Regulatory microRNA sequences may stimulate self-renewal of these muscle cells. See Article p.376

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Mercola, M. A boost for heart regeneration. Nature 492, 360–361 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1038/nature11763

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