Thursday, May 30, 2019


In an article on Smithsonian Magazine, scientists have completed mapping the largest genome ever fully sequenced of a rare Mexican salamander called Axolotl. Salamanders have a unique ability to regenerate almost anything you cut off them, even spinal cords, eyes and parts of their brains. 

This means that if we can figure this part out, we may learn the secrets to regenerating tissue and possible organs and limbs. I guarantee that the first human tests will be on a super soldier or military application. Can you imagine a soldier that losing a limb in battle and then growing it back months later.

Full Article here.

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