Juvenile zebrafish can regenerate heart tissue

07/28/2013 | New Scientist

The heart of a 2-day-old transparent zebrafish stands out in one of the winning photos in the British Heart Foundation's heart and blood vessel photography contest. Young zebrafish can regenerate damaged heart tissue, and understanding how this occurs "may one day help victims of heart attacks recover," said the photographer, Jana Koth of the BHF Center of Research Excellence at Oxford University.

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