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Gene for new teeth
Posted: 9 March 2009

Scientists Identify Gene Responsible For Tooth Growth Scientists have reported new insights gathered from a single gene that could one day be used to help adults grow a new set of teeth. Scientists from the University of Rochester bred mice that lacked the oddskipped related-2 (Osr2) gene. They noted that mice that lacked the gene grew an extra ...
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Personal stem cell medicine comes of age with Organs-R-Us IPO
Dateline: 15 May 2012
Hot science has suddenly become consumer mainstream. Yesterday's IPO of Organs-R-Us, based in San Diego, has mapped out the future of medicine and hospitals. This is health-care with a difference - everything is personalized, from drugs based on your own DNA and the ability to re-generate body parts. With a plan to open 20 city centre and suburban medical centres during the next 3 years, ...
 
 
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