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Milk From Teeth: Dental Stem Cells Can Generate Milk-Producing Cells

News   Nov 01, 2019 | Original story from the University of Zurich

 
Milk From Teeth: Dental Stem Cells Can Generate Milk-Producing Cells

Section of a mammary gland generated by dental epithelial stem cells (green: dental epithelial cells, blue: nucleus of cells, red: milk specific protein casein). Credit: Institute of Oral Biology, University of Zurich

 
 
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