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Assessment of the Ages of a Population of Anglo-Saxons from Their Dentitions
  • A. Miles
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1 October 1962
Ever since 1949 the Odontological Museum has possessed the skeletal remains of 20 individuals excavated at an Anglo-Saxon burial site at Breedon-on-the-Hill in Leicestershire (Kenyon 1950). They wereExpand
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The ultrastructure of odontogenesis in larval and adult urodeles; differentiation of the dental epithelial cells
  • M. Smith, A. Miles
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Zeitschrift für Zellforschung und Mikroskopische…
  • 2004
SummarySections of undemineralized tooth germs ofAmbystoma andTriturus were examined. The ultrastructure of early germs, both larval and adult, and of dentinogenesis, resembled that of mammals. InExpand
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The Assessment of Age from the Dentition
  • A. Miles
  • Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • 1 December 1958
Age determination.-Only a beginning has been made in the assessment of age from the dentition. Much more research is required. Bite marks.-Bite marks on human skin and in inanimate materials presentExpand
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Summary. 1  In a large number of embryos of Vipern berus, Natrix natrix and other snakes a single median egg-tooth is present. No evidence for the existence of a second rudimentary egg-toothExpand
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"A spiral or wreathed tusk of an elephant. Presented from the Royal African Company by Thomas Crispe, Esq. It is twisted and wreathed from the bottom to the top with three circumvolutions standingExpand
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Structural and chemical organization of teeth
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Polyethylene glycols as histological embedding media: with a note on the dimensional change of tissue during embedding in various media.
  • A. Miles, J. Linder
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal. Royal Microscopical Society
  • 1 December 1952
Synopsis The literature is reviewed. A technique for embedding tissues in polyethylene glycol 1,000 mono-stearate (Nonex 63B) after preliminary infiltration with polyethylene glycol 900 isExpand
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Observations with the electron microscope on enameloid formation in the common eel (Anguilla anguilla; Teleostei)
In the eel, the very young tooth germ consisted of an invagination into the oral epithelium, filled with a papilla of mesenchymal cells. The basal layer of the epithelium surrounding the papillaExpand
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Autoradiographic study of the formation of enameloid and dentine matrices in teleost fishes using tritiated amino acids
The patterns of synthesis and secretion of the matrix proteins of dentine and enameloid were studied in developing teleost teeth by light microscope autoradiography after injection of 3H-proline inExpand
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Julia Pastrana, the nondescript: an example of congenital, generalized hypertrichosis terminalis with gingival hyperplasia.
Julia Pastrana (1834-1860) has gained immortality as one of the most extreme cases of generalized hypertrichosis upon record. When she was exhibited for money in the United States and Europe duringExpand
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