In situ atomic force microscopy of partially demineralized human dentin collagen fibrils.

@article{Habelitz2002InSA,
  title={In situ atomic force microscopy of partially demineralized human dentin collagen fibrils.},
  author={Stefan Habelitz and Mehdi Balooch and Sally Jean Marshall and Guive Balooch and G W Marshall},
  journal={Journal of structural biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={138 3},
  pages={
          227-36
        }
}
Dentin collagen fibrils were studied in situ by atomic force microscopy (AFM). New data on size distribution and the axial repeat distance of hydrated and dehydrated collagen type I fibrils are presented. Polished dentin disks from third molars were partially demineralized with citric acid, leaving proteins and the collagen matrix. At this stage collagen fibrils were not resolved by AFM, but after exposure to NaOCl(aq) for 100-240 s, and presumably due to the removal of noncollagenous proteins… CONTINUE READING
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