Cardiovascular biology: Switched at birth

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Abstract

Exposure to atmospheric oxygen in the days after a mammal's birth causes its heart muscle cells to stop proliferating. The finding may explain why zebrafish, which live in a hypoxic environment, can regenerate their hearts as adults.

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  • Katherine E. Yutzey

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