USC Stem Cell study points to a common ancestor for cells involved in hearing and touch



Inner ear sensory cells (left) and skin sensory cells from a one-day-old mouse (Image by Vincent Yu/Segil Lab/USC Stem Cell)
https://keck.usc.edu/usc-stem-cell-study-points-to-a-common-ancestor-for-cells-involved-in-hearing-and-touch/

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