Saturday, February 19, 2011
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Foto Seksi Miyabi Scientists have found an idea to cope with hearing loss using stem cells from the nose. How do I? Australian Scientists say that taking stem cells from the nose and transplanting it into the ear may help overcome problems of existing hearing loss since childhood. These findings were published Thursday in the journal Stem Cells. This research was initially conducted on mice, but researchers believe that these findings can also be applied to humans as well. The trick is to inject stem cells taken from nasal mucosa into the cochlea in the inner ear organ of hearing impaired mice.