Specific cementum attachment protein enhances selectively the attachment and migration of periodontal cells to root surfaces.

Abstract

A specific cementum attachment protein (CAP) was identified in human cementum and found to bind with high affinity to non-demineralized root surfaces, hydroxyapatite and fibronectin. Attempting to elucidate the biological function of this protein and its possible role in cementogenesis the capacity of CAP to promote selective cell migration towards and… (More)

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