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Posted at May 13, 2014 by MG

Teeth transformed into early-stage brain cells » dental-tribune.com

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After almost a decade of research, the University of Adelaide’s Centre for Stem Cell Research has recently announced another breakthrough discovery in the use of dental stem cells for regenerative therapy. By exposing stem cells from mouse teeth to different growth factors present in the brain during early embryonic development, they were able to create complex networks of cells that resembled neurons, the cells in the brain that are responsible for transmitting and processing information.

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