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Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Mamber, "Extraction of primary canine tooth buds: prevalence and associated dental abnormalities in a group of Ethiopian Jewish children," International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry, vol.
were the first to show that decellularized tooth buds (dTBs) created from unerupted porcine tooth buds can be used to guide reseeded dental cell differentiation to form completely bioengineered teeth in a minipig model.
OPG findings confirmed hypodontia with the presence of cone-shaped incisors and totally edentulous mandible without any tooth buds of permanent tooth.
The outcomes of the studies discussed herein are promising and may lead to the ability to develop new tooth buds on toothless sites of the jaw bone.
Eklund said, begins in the womb, when fetal "tooth buds" form, so mothers should get fluoride in some form.
Located at the tip of the tooth buds, the enamel knots act as the epithelial signaling centres to communicate with the mesenchymal tissues which appear to be crucial for correct tooth patterning and morphogenesis [Jernvall et al., 1994; Jernvall, 1995; Vaahtokari et al., 1996; Jernvall et al., 1998].
He also added to my growing fascination with dinosaur teeth, when he pointed out the jawbone of an Allosaurus, with tooth buds in position to replace the dinosaur's lost teeth.
Petkovich's work has shown expression for CYP26C in the hindbrain, inner ear and tooth buds during embryonic development.
The next stage will be to implant the tooth buds into animals' jaws, where he believes the teeth will attach their own nerve and blood supplies and cement themselves to the gum.
Now he plans to implant the tooth buds into the jaws of living mice.