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Objective We evaluated the effects of different levels of the potent environmental toxicant and teratogen, 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo- p -dioxin (TCDD), on molar development in mice in six inbred strains, all with TCDD responsive Ahr alleles.
Objective We have recently reported that unstimulated whole saliva flow rates (UWSFR) correlate positively with salivary gland sizes and body profiles of weight and body mass indices. In the present study, the correlations of chewing-stimulated whole saliva flow rates (CWSFR) with salivary gland...
A common feature of studies of mandibular morphology is the assumption that there is some functional relation between the form of the lower jaw and masticatory stress. It was noted that the local variation in cortical bone thickness in the mandibular corpus appears to be stereotypical among...
Amelogenesis imperfecta (AI) is a heterogeneous genetic disorder that affects the formation of the dental enamel matrix. Mutations in the enamelin ( ENAM ) gene have been found in patients with this disorder. The objective of this research was to identify the mutations reported in exons 4, 7 and...
Aim The acquired pellicle is well known as an anti-erosive proteinaceous layer on enamel, but its protective properties on dentin have not been investigated in detail until now. The aim of the present ex vivo study was to evaluate the erosive effects on pellicle coated dentin.
Objective The aim of this study was to characterize the tooth phenotype of CSF-1-deficient op / op mice and determine whether expression of csCSF-1 in these mice has a role in primary tooth matrix formation.
Objective Peripheral branches of the trigeminal nerve are often damaged during the removal of lower third molar teeth, and a small proportion of patients who sustain an injury develop persistent chronic pain. The cause of the pain is not clear and there are no satisfactory methods of treatment....
Objective : This study was conducted to determine if interleukin-6 (IL-6) and interleukin-1β (IL-1β) mRNA expression increase in response to muscle contraction caused by repetitive electrical stimulation of the rat masseter muscle.
Objective Immunoglobulin A (IgA) is transported across glandular epithelial cells by polymeric immunoglobulin receptor (plgR), with each receptor molecule participating in only one round of transcytosis. Nerve-related stimuli rapidly increase salivary secretion of IgA, while concentrations are...
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