Researchers grow teeth from stem cells

07/30/2013 | New Scientist

A team of researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Guangzhou has successfully grown teeth inside mouse kidneys using stem cells from human urine. Researchers combined the stem cells with mouse connective tissue cells for two days and implanted the cells under the kidney's outer layer, where the enamel developed.

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