Study: Stem cell in hair can turn into all types of skin cells

03/11/2010 | Reuters

Dutch and Swedish scientists who studied mice said they discovered a type of stem cell in hair follicles that is capable of producing all types of skin cells. The stem cell, which the researchers called the "mother" of all skin cells, might help improve therapies for severe wounds and burns in humans, they said.

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