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Brain cells made from urine

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Some of the waste that humans flush away every day could become a powerful source of brain cells to study disease, and may even one day be used in therapies for neurodegenerative diseases. Scientists have found a relatively straightforward way to persuade the cells discarded in human urine to turn into valuable neurons.

http://www.nature.co...m-urine-1.11985

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So instead of calling someone a pea-brain, you can call them a pee-brain??

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So many jokes...so politically incorrect... :w00t:

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Inorite?

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My first thought was 'has Still Waters lost it?' Then everything became quite radical, if not a bit icky.

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I've always said there is an upside to be a p***head. Now I am scientifically correct.

It also seems like Bear Grylls is correct as well. Everyone is happy. :w00t:;)

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Great discovery.....by a man called Duanqing Pei....

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Oh dear, first we make jokes then science kills the joke right out of it. bye p*** for brains I'll miss you.

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Ahhhh,an episode of Black Adder .....

YOU'VE GOT A WOMAN'S LEGS ...

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