Smart #StemCells in #WisdomTeeth!

WsdomSometimes we find the mother lode of gold in the most unsuspecting places. Those teeth many of us have removed and tossed away like garbage have a jackpot of stem cells, according to a new finding from researchers at the University of Las Vegas. This new procedure enables researchers to extract up to four times the amount of stem cells from the human body. Getting your wisdom teeth polled has just turned into winning mega millions in stem cells! Here’s how: the challenging part of it is harvesting stem cells undamaged. This is where UNLV shines. They’ve developed an instrument that perfectly slices the tooth in half allowing for a more refined way to extract stem cells, undamaged. Both types of stem cells, the pluripurpose and the multiipurpose, are located in the wisdom teeth. This is good because The good news about this is that we no longer need to tap fat stores to yield stem cells that could become the type of stem cells already existing in our wisdom teeth. Celebrate the human body in every gift is has given us and continues to keep gifting!

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