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Mouse Teeth Providing New Insights into Tissue Regeneration

News   Apr 28, 2017 | Original story from UCSF

 
Mouse Teeth Providing New Insights into Tissue Regeneration

Researchers use different fluorescent markers to tell neighboring cells apart, including so-called transit amplifying cells, which is what the stem cells become as they start to proliferate and expand into a larger population before maturing into adult dental cells. Credit: Ophir Klein Lab

 
 
 

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