Photo: New Mouse Teeth, Whiskers Grown From Handful of Cells



Starting with just a couple of cells, scientists have created new mouse teeth (left) and whiskers (right) in both isolation and in living animals.

The controversial new research may represent a breakthrough in the quest to generate replacement human organs.

Photographs courtesy Takashi Tsuji


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