Tear, salivary glands grown from stem cells transplanted into mice

10/1/2013 | New Scientist

Tear and salivary glands grown from stem cells were successfully transplanted into mice in a technique that could be used in humans who no longer have the glands due to illness or age. Scientists at Tokyo University of Science extracted two types of stem cells from a mouse embryo to produce the glands.

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