Unlike lizards, humans can’t regrow limbs. But we can kinda-sorta regenerate our livers. Ceri, an undergrad in Biology and Comparative Media Studies at MIT, explains how and why.
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Creative Commons: CC BY-NC-SA, MIT
Hosted by: Ceri Riley
Written by: Elizabeth Choe & Ceri Riley
Additional Scripting by: George Zaidan
Content Reviewer: Dr. Heather Fleming, Prof. Sangeeta Bhatia
Executive Producer & Doodles: Elizabeth Choe
Director: George Zaidan
Camera: Adam Morrell
Editor & Motion Graphics: Per Hoel
Theme song: Anthony Thomas & Neil Aggarwal
Music: “Reverie (small theme)” by _ghost (http://ccmixter.org/files/_ghost/25389)
Liver cell images courtesy of MIT’s Laboratory for Microscale Regenerative Technologies (http://lmrt.mit.edu/)
Stephen Ayer & Jabberwock Reptiles (http://jabberwockreptiles.com/)
Dr. Shannon Hughes
Dr. P. Connor Johnson
Dr. Heather Fleming & Prof. Sangeeta Bhatia of MIT’s Laboratory for Microscale Regenerative Technologies (http://lmrt.mit.edu/)
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