Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (French: Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne, Switzerland) (EPFL) researchers shed light on the axolotl's unparalleled limb regeneration abilities, challenging long-held beliefs and offering new insights into potential mammalian limb regrowth. In the serene waters of Mexico, the axolotl--a type of salamander--has long fascinated scientists with its remarkable ability to regrow lost limbs. This intriguing capability has made it a focal point for researchers trying to unlock the secrets of limb regeneration. Nonetheless, the regenerative ability of the axolotl has proven elusive, generating no small amount of controversy.
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