Japanese scientists grow teeth from single cells

Japanese scientists grow teeth from single cells Washington (Reuters). Japanese researchers have announced recently they had grown normal looking teeth from single cells in lab dishes, and transplanted them into mice. They used primitive cells, not quite as early as stem cells, and injected them into a framework of collagen, the material that holds the body together. After growing them, they found their structures had matured into components that make teeth, including dentin, enamel, dental pulp, blood

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