Researchers identify immunosuppressive pathway that helps newborn hearts regenerate in mouse models

When the heart is injured, as in a myocardial infarction, the damaged heart muscle cannot regenerate—instead, scar tissue forms. Cardiomyocytes, the heart muscle cells that generate contractile force, are lost for good. Yet, in mouse models, the hearts of newborns regenerate readily after injury.

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