Influence of fluoride on secretory pathway of the secretory ameloblast in rat incisor tooth germs exposed to sodium fluoride

@article{Matsuo1996InfluenceOF,
  title={Influence of fluoride on secretory pathway of the secretory ameloblast in rat incisor tooth germs exposed to sodium fluoride},
  author={Saburou Matsuo and Tetsuichiro Inai and Kojiro Kurisu and Ken-ichi Kiyomiya and Masaru Kurebe},
  journal={Archives of Toxicology},
  year={1996},
  volume={70},
  pages={420-429}
}
 Fluoride, which is an environmental toxicant, is a potent inducer of mottled enamel in humans and rats. To define the influence of fluoride on the secretory pathway in enamel fluorosis, mottled enamel was induced in the incisor tooth germs of rats by subcutaneous injections of sodium fluoride for 4 days, and then morphological and cytochemical changes of the secretory ameloblast were examined in the tooth germs with HRP-labeled lectin (Con A, GS-I, SBA and PNA) and En3 antibody labeling… CONTINUE READING

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