Role of the p38 pathway in mineral trioxide aggregate-induced cell viability and angiogenesis-related proteins of dental pulp cell in vitro.

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AIM To investigate the influence of mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) on angiogenesis of primary human dental pulp cells (hDPCs) via the MAPK pathway, in particular p38. METHODOLOGY Human dental pulp cells were cultured with MTA to angiogenesis, after which cell viability, ion concentration, osmolality, NO secretion, the von Willebrand factor (vWF) and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/iej.12305

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@article{Huang2015RoleOT, title={Role of the p38 pathway in mineral trioxide aggregate-induced cell viability and angiogenesis-related proteins of dental pulp cell in vitro.}, author={S. T. Huang and B-C Wu and C-T Kao and T-H Huang and C-J Hung and Ming-You Shie}, journal={International endodontic journal}, year={2015}, volume={48 3}, pages={236-45} }