Down-regulated genes in mouse dental papillae and pulp.

@article{Sasaki2010DownregulatedGI,
  title={Down-regulated genes in mouse dental papillae and pulp.},
  author={Hatoko Sasaki and Takashi Muramatsu and H-J Kwon and Hisae Yamamoto and Shinobu Hashimoto and H S Jung and Masaki Shimono},
  journal={Journal of dental research},
  year={2010},
  volume={89 7},
  pages={679-83}
}
Important factors involved in odontogenesis in mouse dental papillae disappear between the pre- and post-natal stages of development. Therefore, we hypothesized that certain genes involved in odontogenesis in dental papillae were subject to pre-/post-natal down-regulation. Our goal was to identify, by microarray analysis, which genes were down-regulated. Dental papillae were isolated from embryonic 16-day-, 18-day- (E16, E18), and post-natal 3-day-old (P3) murine first mandibular molar germs… CONTINUE READING

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