Proteoglycans in dentinogenesis.

@article{Embery2001ProteoglycansID,
  title={Proteoglycans in dentinogenesis.},
  author={Graham Embery and Rachel Clare Hall and Rachel J Waddington and Dominique Septier and Michel Dr Goldberg},
  journal={Critical reviews in oral biology and medicine : an official publication of the American Association of Oral Biologists},
  year={2001},
  volume={12 4},
  pages={
          331-49
        }
}
The predominant proteoglycans present in predentin and dentin are the chondroitin-sulphate-rich decorin and biglycan and the keratan-sulphate-rich lumican and fibromodulin. These are small, interstitial, leucine-rich proteoglycans which have recently been shown to exist in gradients across the predentin. Antibodies recognizing chondroitin sulphate show a decreasing gradient from the pulpal aspect toward the mineralizing front, the converse being true for keratan sulphate. Antidecorin shows an… CONTINUE READING
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