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November 28, 2017

With its captivating wide-mouthed smile and prominent feathery headdress of gills, it is easy to adore the axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum). Both salamander enthusiasts and scientists acknowledge the utility of these unique aquatic creatures. Axolotls are wizards of regeneration, a trait that is recognized by biomedical researchers across the globe. A PubMed query for ‘axolotl’ returns more than 3400 results, with recent publications in high impact journals such as Cell and Nature. As axolotls are picking up steam as model organisms, they’re also becoming quite popular in the homes of several CAMB graduate students who share a love for these unique creatures...

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