Tooth morphogenesis and the differentiation of ameloblasts.

@article{Thesleff1997ToothMA,
  title={Tooth morphogenesis and the differentiation of ameloblasts.},
  author={Irma Thesleff and Thomas {\AA}berg},
  journal={Ciba Foundation symposium},
  year={1997},
  volume={205},
  pages={
          3-12; discussion 12-7
        }
}
All vertebrate organs are formed from several cell types, and it is currently believed that interactions between the different components constitute the most important mechanism in the regulation of organ morphogenesis. In developing teeth morphogenetic interactions occur between the epithelium covering the facial processes and the underlying neural crest-derived mesenchyme. Morphogenesis is accompanied by differentiation of the various dental cell types, including the ameloblasts. Although… CONTINUE READING

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