In vivo generation of dental pulp-like tissue by using dental pulp stem cells, a collagen scaffold, and dentin matrix protein 1 after subcutaneous transplantation in mice.

@article{Prescott2008InVG,
  title={In vivo generation of dental pulp-like tissue by using dental pulp stem cells, a collagen scaffold, and dentin matrix protein 1 after subcutaneous transplantation in mice.},
  author={Rebecca S Prescott and Rajaa Alsanea and Mohamed I. Fayad and Bradford R Johnson and Christopher S Wenckus and Jianjun Hao and A. M. Sashi Papu John and Anne George},
  journal={Journal of endodontics},
  year={2008},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={421-6}
}
The presence of a perforation is known to significantly compromise the outcome of endodontic treatment. One potential use of regenerative endodontic therapy might be the repair of root canal perforations. In addition to nutrients and systemic in situ interactions, the 3 main components believed to be essential for tissue regeneration are stem cells, scaffold, and growth factors. This study investigated the role of each component of the tissue engineering triad in the organization and… CONTINUE READING
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