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  • Oral-facial tissue reconstruction in the regenerative axolotl 

    Charbonneau, André Marc; Roy, Stéphane; Tran, Simon D. (2016-12)
    Absence of large amounts of orofacial tissues caused by cancerous resections, congenital defects or trauma result in sequelae such as dysphagia and noticeable scars. Oral-neck tissue regeneration was studied in the axolotl (regenerative amphibian) ...
  • Tissue regeneration in dentistry: can salamanders provide insight? 

    Sader, Fadi; Denis, Jean-François; Roy, Stéphane (2017-04-29)
    The ability to regenerate damaged tissues would be of tremendous benefit for medicine and dentistry. Unfortunately, humans are unable to regenerate tissues such teeth, fingers or to repair injured spinal cord. With an aging population, health problems ...