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Watching limb regeneration in Parhyale hawaiensis.

Alwes et al. amputated a leg (called the T5 limb) in the crustacean Parhyale hawaiensis, and then used a combination of different microscopy techniques to follow its regeneration. This image, taken six days after amputation, shows the regenerated limb encapsulated within the cuticle of the previously amputated limb (red); the image is 655 microns across. Image provided by Frederike Alwes.

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  1. Enrique Amaya
(2016)
Regeneration: Seeing is believing
eLife 5:e21583.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.21583