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Tuesday, December 25, 2007

"In 2004, British scientists cultivated a complete tooth in mice and grew them stand-alone in the lab. Researchers theorize that stem cells could be coaxed in the lab to turn into tooth buds which, when implanted in the gums, would grow into a new tooth in a process similar to the way humans grow their original teeth.

King College’s Paul Sharpe predicts this technology will be developed and could become available to the general public by 2009.

Tooth replacement is just another area of expected miracles to come during the biotech revolution, 2010-2020."

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