Molecular mechanisms in dental follicle precursor cells during the osteogenic differentiation.

@article{Morsczeck2015MolecularMI,
  title={Molecular mechanisms in dental follicle precursor cells during the osteogenic differentiation.},
  author={Christian O Morsczeck},
  journal={Histology and histopathology},
  year={2015},
  volume={30 10},
  pages={1161-9}
}
The discovery of dental stem cells received extensive attention because of its significance for the development of novel cellular therapies in dentistry. However, dental stem cells are also excellent for studies about cellular processes during dental tissue development or regeneration. Multipotent undifferentiated cells in the dental follicle (DFCs) are one example of dental stem cells. These cells have been used on studies about cellular processes during the differentiation into alveolar… CONTINUE READING
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