Odontoblast Phosphate And Calcium Transport in Dentinogenesis by Patrik Lundquist Download PDF EPUB FB2
Finally, by disturbing odontoblast microtubules, involved in intracellular transport processes, and by blocking odontoblast calcium uptake channels by nifedipine and neomycin, the Ca2+ ion.
An equal volume of dipotassium phosphate solution was added to the calcium-polymer mix, resulting in a calcium-to-phosphate ratio of (mol/mol). Specimens were incubated at 37°C under continuous stirring for 7, 14, or 28 days.
pH of the PILP system was at the start of mineralization experiments and at the end of experiments was. Odontoblast calcium transport mechanisms probably imply a Ca 2+-activated ATPase, Na + /Ca 2 + exchanger, and calcium channels of L7, N7, and T types.
Ca 2 + binding proteins like calmodulin, the 28 kDa calbindin, parvalbumin, and annexins III to VI have Cited by: 2. Phosphate induces formation of matrix vesicles during odontoblast-initiated mineralization in vitro.
Mineralization is a process of deposition of calcium phosphate crystals within a fibrous. Dentin phosphoprotein is the major NCP of dentin, it is secreted at the mineralizing front and is not present in predentin. It is a highly phosphorylated (%) protein and is highly acidic due to high aspartic acid residues and very high phosphate content.
Abstract. The divalent cation, or ionized, calcium—Ca 2+ —is a mineral that is critical to normal human health, playing vital roles in fertilization, metabolism, blood clotting, nerve impulse conduction, muscle contraction, structure of the bony skeleton, and cellular communication.
As covered in detail in Chapter 9, the primary dietary sources of calcium in contemporary diets are dairy Cited by: (1) Background: When pulp exposure occurs, reparative dentinogenesis can be induced by direct pulp capping to maintain the vitality and function of the tissue. The aim of this work was to assess the cytotoxicity and bioactivity of three different direct pulp capping materials, calcium hydroxide (Life®), mineral trioxide aggregate (WhiteProRoot®MTA) and calcium silicate (Biodentine&trade Cited by: 1.
The impact of nutritional signals plays an important role in systemic-based «models» of dental caries. Present hypotheses now focus both on the oral environment and other organs, like the nervous system and brain.
The tooth is subjected to shear forces, nourishing and cleansing, and its present “support system” (the hypothalamus/parotid axis) relays endocrine signaling to the parotid : Jan Oxholm Gordeladze, Maria A.
Landin, Håvard Jostein Haugen Gaute Floer Johnsen, Harald Osmundsen. Höhling HJ, Fromme HG () Cellular transport and accumulation of calcium and phosphate during dentinogenesis.
In: Linde A (ed) Dentin and dentinogenesis, vol II. Cited by: Alkaline phosphate in odontoblasts may function as a calcium pyso phosphatus, there by stimulating ca2 uptuke in pulps. Teeth with periodontal disease, DM increase in both cornonal and radicular pulp.
Blagoja Lazovski The low concentration of free calcium and phosphate ions in solution causes phosphate ions to move in spontaneously, driving the sodium ions out. During this process where does the matrix vesicle go. From the osteoblast surface to the new bone surface (Slides & )/5(1).
Saliva contains active ingredients like minerals and enzymes such as calcium phosphate and fluoride, and proteins like matrix Gla protein, and fetuin A (references). Saliva is the medium for nourishment from the outside of the tooth and the transport medium by which preventive agents are.
A calcium phosphate (CaP) gel with different level of DCP can be produced by varying the pH of the system thus providing an opportunity to modulate the material resorption in vivo.
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Dental pulp is a well known tissue enrich of adult mesenchymal stem cells: Dental Pulp Stem cells (DPSc). These adult stem cells play an important role in regenerative medicine both for oral and non oral pathoses thanks to their biological properties such as multipotency, high proliferation rates and accessibility (Yamada et al., ).Beyond natural capacity of response to injury, dental pulp Cited by: 7.
Reactionary dentinogenesis Its by definition dentin secreted by surviving primary odontoblasts So its a less complex formation as compared to that of reparative dentinogenesis in which dentin is secreted by odontoblasts like cells Factors infleuencing Reactionary dentinogenesis 1) R.D.T 2) Etchant 3) Restorative material 1) R.D.T It was.
Enamel matrix derivative (EMD) has been found to induce reactive dentin formation; however the molecular mechanisms involved are unclear. The effect of EMD (5–50 μg/mL) on primary human pulp cells were compared to untreated cells and cells incubated with 10−8 M dexamethasone (DEX) for 1, 2, 3, 7, and 14 days in culture.
Expression analysis using Affymetrix microchips demonstrated that 10 Cited by: 3. The book also emphasises the importance of aesthetics in modern dentistry.
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Key Points Latest edition of illustrated guide to dental. (d) Plate-shaped calcium phosphate crystals obtained in the presence of amelogenin from metastable calcium phosphate solutions.
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Calcium phosphate crystals developed on the immobilized DPP, and were shown by X-ray crystallography to be hydroxyapatite. The same treatment of the DPP-soaked agarose beads did not yield any calcium phosphate precipitates in the time frame examined. Free soluble phosphophoryn in the mineralizing buffer also failed to yield apatite by: This banner text can have markup.
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Specically, calcium phosphate ceramics such as hydroxyapatite (Mankani et al., ) and beta-tricalcium phosphate (Kamitakahara et al., ) are often used in bone tissue engineering applications.
Also, due to its biocompatibility and similar mechanical properties to bone, bioactive glass can be utilized as a scaffold material (Day et al., ).
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An underexplored yet widespread feature of the human proteome is the proteolytic proteoforms of proteins. We used terminal amine isotopic labeling of substrates (TAILS), a high-content N-terminal positional proteomics technique, for in-depth characterization of the human dental pulp proteome from its N-terminome and to provide data for the Chromosome-centric Human Proteome Project (C-HPP).Cited by: Formation progresses from the tip of the papilla over its slope to form a calcified cap becoming thicker by the apposition of new layers pulpward.
A layer of uncalcified dentin intervenes between the calcified tissue and the odontoblast and its processes. (From Jablonski, Dictionary of Dentistry, ) UI = D Dentinogenesis Imperfecta.releasing calcium ions.
stimulating differentiated ameloblasts to lay down dentin. stimulating fibroblasts to elaborate nuclei of the first order. stimulating undifferentiated cells .