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Adult Fly Intestine Could Help Understand Intestinal Regeneration

News   Sep 26, 2019 | Original story from the University of Bristol

 
Adult Fly Intestine Could Help Understand Intestinal Regeneration

A fly intestine under pathogenic infection. The green cells are new cells produced during intestinal regeneration. The red signal is p38 activation in IECs upon damage. Credit: University of Bristol

 
 
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