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Contrary to popular belief, cartilage in human joints can repair itself through a process similar to that used by creatures such as salamanders and zebrafish to regenerate limbs, researchers at Duke Health ...

Humans have salamander-like ability to regrow cartilage in joints

These clever little critters could teach us how to regrow cartilage. Paul Biegler reports.These clever little critters could teach us how to regrow cartilage. Paul Biegler reports.

Hip pain? Turn on your inner salamander | Cosmos

The researchers are calling it the The researchers are calling it the "inner salamander capacity."

Humans May Possess Ability to Regrow Cartilage - WebMD

Molecules similar to those that help salamanders regrow limbs are at work in our own joint cartilage, giving it a limited ability to renew itself.Molecules similar to those that help salamanders regrow limbs are at work in our own joint cartilage, giving it a limited ability to renew itself.

Humans Can Regenerate Cartilage, Study Finds, Offering Hope for Arthritis Treatment - D-brief

Scientists at Duke University School of Medicine found the process behind our ability to regenerate new cartilage protein is similar to that of a salamander.Scientists at Duke University School of Medicine found the process behind our ability to regenerate new cartilage protein is similar to that of a salamander.

Humans can REGROW cartilage in joints | Daily Mail Online

Humans have a salamander-like ability to regrow cartilage in joints, new research suggests. Cartilage in human joints can repair itself through a process simi...Humans have a salamander-like ability to regrow cartilage in joints, new research suggests. Cartilage in human joints can repair itself through a process simi...

Humans have ability to regrow cartilage | Parkes Champion-Post

Salamanders are renowned for their regenerative capabilities, such as growing back entire limbs. We can’t pull off this biological trick, but new research highlights a previously unknown regenerative ability in humans — one held over from our evolutionary past....Salamanders are renowned for their regenerative capabilities, such as growing back entire limbs. We can’t pull off this biological trick, but new research highlights a previously unknown regenerative ability in humans — one held over from our evolutionary past....

Humans Have A 'Salamander-Like' Ability To Regenerate Damaged Body Parts, Study Finds | Gizmodo Australia