Evidence for tight junctions between odontoblasts in the rat incisor

@article{Bishop1985EvidenceFT,
  title={Evidence for tight junctions between odontoblasts in the rat incisor},
  author={Dr. M. A. Bishop},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1985},
  volume={239},
  pages={137-140}
}
SummaryOdontoblasts are known to be involved in the process of dentinogenesis but it is not clear whether substances may also be deposited in predentine and dentine by passing between these cells. Although tight junctions have been described, it is not clear if they are macular or “leaky” as opposed to continuous or “tight”. In this study use has been made of the permeability of fenestrated capillaries amongst the odontoblasts to deposit the penetrative tracer lanthanum in the… CONTINUE READING

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