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A Tale of Wonky Eyes

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Researchers successfully implanted eye tissue in the tails of blind tadpoles of African clawed frogs, giving the tadpoles vision. The findings, detailed…Read More »









in the Feb. 27, 2013, issue of the Journal of Experimental Biology, could help guide therapies involving natural or artificial implants, scientists added.   Less «
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