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Humans have the salamander-like ability to regenerate cartilage in joints.

Much work is being done on human limb regeneration concentrating on the specific microRNA circuit used by zebrafish, bichirs, and axolotls to regulate the regrowth of amputated extremities. This work is being done as humans cannot regenerate whole limbs and are also believed to be unable to counteract the breakdown or damage of cartilage. Human joints repair themselves Now, a

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