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How does the Liver regenerate?

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The liver has a remarkable capacity to regenerate after injury and to adjust its size to match its host. Within a week after partial hepatectomy, which, in typical experimental settings entails surgical removal of two-thirds of the liver, hepatic
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As punishment for revealing fire to humans, Prometheus had the
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The liver is able to regenerate for your entire life and never quits because that is the way it is made. It has that abilty to regenerate always and it never goes away no matter what
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You can make a liver grow if a person has damaged it.. But the same thing in a lab right now isn't possible to obtain.. Then as far as the growth of the liver to the size of a car
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