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Researchers from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and the University of California, Santa Barbara, present a statistical tool called TimeMeter for tracking temporal gene expression similarities and differences using RNA sequencing data. The team applied TimeMeter to mouse and axolotl models, searching for similar temporal patterns (STP) behind digit tip regeneration in the mouse and blastema differentiation in the axolotl.

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