Cover ImageCover: The skeleton of the zebrafish fin consists of segmented and bifurcated rays made of the mineralised bony lepidotrichia (magenta) and the soft cartilaginous actinotrichia (cyan) at their distal tips. Following partial amputation, fins are capable of complete self-restoration, a regenerative process that requires IGF signalling. See Research article by Chablais and Jazwinska on p. 871.Close Modal
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