From serum to the mineral phase. The role of the odontoblast in calcium transport and mineral formation.

@article{Linde1995FromST,
  title={From serum to the mineral phase. The role of the odontoblast in calcium transport and mineral formation.},
  author={Alexander Linde and Theresa Lundgren},
  journal={The International journal of developmental biology},
  year={1995},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={
          213-22
        }
}
Dentin may be considered as a calcified connective tissue and is in its composition as well as in its mode of formation closely related to bone. Dentin is formed by two simultaneous processes in which the odontoblasts are instrumental: the formation of the proteinaceous dentin matrix, and mineral crystal formation in this matrix. As part of this, the odontoblasts actively transport Ca2+ ions towards the site of mineral formation. The cells maintain a delicate intracellular Ca2+ ion balance by… CONTINUE READING

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