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Subject: Re: Regeneration
From: "Matthew S. Grober" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 3 Sep 1996 13:52:08 -0700

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Not only can fish regenerate, but most fish (those with indeterminate
growth) continue to generate neurons throughout life...  There is a
reasonably sized literature on this topic.  You should start by search
through the work of Pamela Raymond Johns and Steve Easter.  They deal
primarily with the visual system, but it serves as an excellent example.
In my work I have looked at cell birth throughout the brain (and it occurs
widely), but I have not yet published any of it.

Cheers - Matthew

Matthew S. Grober
Assistant Professor of Physiology
Department of Life Sciences
Arizona State University West
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"No human being was ever so free as a fish."
                            John Ruskin

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