Type X collagen is not localized in hypertrophic or calcified cartilage in the developing rat trachea

@article{Sasano1998TypeXC,
  title={Type X collagen is not localized in hypertrophic or calcified cartilage in the developing rat trachea},
  author={Yasuyuki Sasano and Ichiro Takahashi and Itaru Mizoguchi and Manabu Kagayama and Hiroko Takita and Yoshinori Kuboki},
  journal={Anatomy and Embryology},
  year={1998},
  volume={197},
  pages={399-403}
}
 Our previous studies have shown that rat tracheal chondrocytes become larger and hypertrophic, and that the cartilage matrix calcifies during development. Type X collagen is a short collagen molecule identified in hypertrophic and calcified cartilage in the growth plate of long bones during endochondral ossification. The present study was designed to investigate the distribution of type X collagen in rat tracheal cartilage during development before and after hypertrophization and calcification… CONTINUE READING
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