Membranes, minerals, and proteins of developing vertebrate enamel.

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Developing tooth enamel is formed as organized mineral in a specialized protein matrix. In order to analyze patterns of enamel mineralization and enamel protein expression in species representative of the main extant vertebrate lineages, we investigated developing teeth in a chondrichthyan, the horn shark, a teleost, the guppy, a urodele amphibian, the… (More)

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@article{Diekwisch2002MembranesMA, title={Membranes, minerals, and proteins of developing vertebrate enamel.}, author={Thomas G. H. Diekwisch and Brett J. Berman and Xochitl Anderton and Brian S Gurinsky and Adam J A J Ortega and Paul G. Satchell and M. Howard Williams and Chithra Arumugham and Xianghong Luan and James E. A. McIntosh and Akira Yamane and David S. Carlson and Jean-Yves Sire and Charles F. Shuler}, journal={Microscopy research and technique}, year={2002}, volume={59 5}, pages={373-95} }