Edition:
United States

Experts grow whole tooth units using mouse stem cells

This handout picture taken in 2010, and released to Reuters on July 12, 2011 shows a bioengineered tooth (R) engrafted into the lower jaw of a mouse at Tokyo University of Science. REUTERS/Dr. Takashi Tsuji/Tokyo University of Science/Handout

This handout picture taken in 2010, and released to Reuters on July 12, 2011 shows a bioengineered tooth (R) engrafted into the lower jaw of a mouse at Tokyo University of Science. REUTERS/Dr. Takashi Tsuji/Tokyo University of Science/Handout

Close
1 / 2

This handout picture taken in 2010, and released to Reuters on July 12, 2011 shows a bioengineered tooth unit grown by researchers at Tokyo University of Science, using mouse stem cells. REUTERS/Dr. Takashi Tsuji/Tokyo University of Science/Handout

This handout picture taken in 2010, and released to Reuters on July 12, 2011 shows a bioengineered tooth unit grown by researchers at Tokyo University of Science, using mouse stem cells. REUTERS/Dr. Takashi Tsuji/Tokyo University of Science/Handout

Close
2 / 2

All Collections

Plane crash in Kyrgyzstan

3:50pm EST

All Collections

Inside Trump Tower on MLK Day

3:30pm EST

All Collections

Scenes from inaugurations past

Friday, January 13, 2017

All Collections

Spotted at Trump Tower

Friday, January 13, 2017

All Collections

Winter grips Europe

Friday, January 13, 2017

All Collections

Vevcani Carnival

Friday, January 13, 2017

All Collections

Dakar Rally 2017

Friday, January 13, 2017