A fish tale
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Envy the fish. When it loses a tooth, it grows a new one in a seemingly endless cycle of sprakling new tooth. We, human beings, mortals that we are, get only two chances to have new teeth-once as children then a last, second chance in our teenage years and young adulthood. Humans, being what they are - inquisitive, forward-looking - now want to know if somehow we can copy the ways of the fish.
A fish tale. (2015, November 12). Panay News, p. C4.
Fish; Teeth; Epithelia; Embryonic development; Taste organs; Scientific personnel; Georgia Institute of Technology; King's College in London; Georgia Tech School of Biology; Georgia Regents University; US National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research; Streelman, Todd; Fowler, Teresa; Bloomquist, Ryan; Sharpe, Paul; Yu, Tian; Parnell, Nicholas; Phillips, Kristine; Lake Malawi
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