Cranial sutures require tissue interactions with dura mater to resist osseous obliteration in vitro.

@article{Opperman1995CranialSR,
  title={Cranial sutures require tissue interactions with dura mater to resist osseous obliteration in vitro.},
  author={Lynne A. Opperman and Richard Passarelli and Eileen Morgan and M G Reintjes and Roy C Ogle},
  journal={Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research},
  year={1995},
  volume={10 12},
  pages={1978-87}
}
A chemically defined serum-free medium, which supports the development of bones and fibrous tissues of rat calvaria from nonmineralized mesenchymal precursor tissues, was employed to investigate tissue interactions between the dura matter and overlying tissues. Fetal calvarial rudiments from stages prior to bone and suture morphogenesis (fetal days 19 and 20) and neonatal calvarial rudiments with formed sutures (day 1) were cultured with and without associated dura mater. Removal of calvaria… CONTINUE READING

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