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On the discovery of cementum.
Foster BL. J Periodontal Res 2017 - Review. PMID 28261800 Free PMC article.
Comparative anatomy studies by Richard Owen and others over the latter half of the nineteenth century identified coronal and radicular cementum varieties across the Reptilia and Mammalia. ...These early studies on cementum laid the foundation for more advanced understanding of cementum ultrastructure, composition, development, physiology, disease, genetics, repair and regeneration throughout the twentieth and into the twenty-first century....
Comparative anatomy studies by Richard Owen and others over the latter half of the nineteenth century identified coronal and radicula …
The Cementocyte-An Osteocyte Relative?
Zhao N, et al. J Dent Res 2016 - Review. PMID 27029548 Free PMC article.
Cementum is a mineralized tissue covering the tooth root that functions in tooth attachment and posteruptive adjustment of tooth position. During formation of the apically located cellular cementum, some cementoblasts become embedded in the cementoid matrix and become cementocytes. ...
Cementum is a mineralized tissue covering the tooth root that functions in tooth attachment and posteruptive adjustment of tooth posi
Dental cementum in age estimation: a polarized light and stereomicroscopic study.
Kasetty S, et al. J Forensic Sci 2010. PMID 20345781
Dental hard tissues are good candidates for age estimation as they are less destructive and procedures to determine age can be easily performed. Although cementum annulations and cementum thickness are important parameters in this regard, they are seldom used. This study was undertaken to review the methods, difficulties in execution of techniques, and accuracy of cementum thickness and annulations in estimating the age. ...
Dental hard tissues are good candidates for age estimation as they are less destructive and procedures to determine age can be easily
Cementum structure in Beluga whale teeth.
Stock SR, et al. Acta Biomater 2017. PMID 27836805
Further, the GLG cAp, Ca and Zn modulation is preserved throughout the cementum for durations >25year. STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE: Cementum is an important tooth tissue to which the periodontal ligaments attach and consists primarily of carbonated apatite mineral and collagen. In optical microscopy of cementum thin sections, light/dark bands are formed annually, and age at death is determined by counting these bands. ...
Further, the GLG cAp, Ca and Zn modulation is preserved throughout the cementum for durations >25year. STATEMENT OF SIGNIFICANCE: …
Osteoblastic/cementoblastic and neural differentiation of dental stem cells and their applications to tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.
Kim BC, et al. Tissue Eng Part B Rev 2012 - Review. PMID 22224548 Free PMC article.
Recently, dental stem and progenitor cells have been harvested from periodontal tissues such as dental pulp, periodontal ligament, follicle, and papilla. ...This review focuses on the multilineage differentiation capacity, especially into osteoblastic/cementoblastic lineage and neural lineages, of dental stem cells such as dental pulp stem cells (DPSC), dental follicle stem cells (DFSC), periodontal ligament stem cells (PDLSC), and dental papilla stem cells (DPPSC). ...
Recently, dental stem and progenitor cells have been harvested from periodontal tissues such as dental pulp, periodontal ligam …
[Microstructure of dental cementum and individual biological age estimation].
Bojarun R, et al. Medicina (Kaunas) 2003. PMID 14578638 Lithuanian. Free article.
Evaluation of annual incremental lines of dental cementum is one of potentially valuable methods for biological age estimation in forensic anthropology. ...
Evaluation of annual incremental lines of dental cementum is one of potentially valuable methods for biological age estimation …
Effects of conservatively treated diseased cementum with or without EMD on in vitro cementoblast differentiation and in vivo cementum-like tissue formation of human periodontal ligament cells.
Qi Y, et al. Cell Prolif 2014. PMID 24930868
RESULTS: mRNA expressions of cementum attachment protein and cementum protein - 1 from hPDLCs on cementum slices were statistically higher than those of dentin slices. Seven specimens of group C and 10 specimens of group C+E revealed a layer of cementum-like tissue (NFC) on surfaces of pre-existing cementum. ...
RESULTS: mRNA expressions of cementum attachment protein and cementum protein - 1 from hPDLCs on cementum slices were s …
The development and structure of principal fibers and cellular cementum in rat molars.
Yamamoto T and Wakita M. J Periodontal Res 1991. PMID 1861234
Sharpey's fibers also showed a similar branching structure and increased in thickness, as traced superficially in the cementum. ...The development of cellular cementum was divided into two (early and late) phases on the basis of the fiber arrangement. The early cementum was believed to contain a few Sharpey's fibers and many randomly arranged intrinsic fibers. ...
Sharpey's fibers also showed a similar branching structure and increased in thickness, as traced superficially in the cementum. ...Th …
Comparison of verdeluz orange G and modified Gallego stains
Kunche A, et al. Biotech Histochem 2017. PMID 29161180
Although combination stains can demonstrate hard and soft tissues, trichrome stains, such as VanGieson and Masson, cannot differentiate dental hard tissues, such as dentin, cementum and osteoid. ...VOF stained bone purple-red, cementum red and collagen blue. MGS stained bone green-blue, cementum red and collagen blue. VOF staining intensity and differentiation was better than MGS staining. ...
Although combination stains can demonstrate hard and soft tissues, trichrome stains, such as VanGieson and Masson, cannot differentiate d
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