Cell polarization: From epithelial cells to odontoblasts.

@article{Chang2019CellPF,
  title={Cell polarization: From epithelial cells to odontoblasts.},
  author={Bei Chang and Kathy K Svoboda and Xiaohua Liu},
  journal={European journal of cell biology},
  year={2019},
  volume={98 1},
  pages={
          1-11
        }
}
Cell polarity identifies the asymmetry of a cell. Various types of cells, including odontoblasts and epithelial cells, polarize to fulfil their destined functions. Odontoblast polarization is a prerequisite and fundamental step for tooth development and tubular dentin formation. Current knowledge of odontoblast polarization, however, is very limited, which greatly impedes the development of novel approaches for regenerative endodontics. Compared to odontoblasts, epithelial cell polarization has… CONTINUE READING

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