odontogenesis


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o·don·to·gen·e·sis

n. odontogénesis, proceso de desarrollo dentario.
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In early odontogenesis it is expressed in mesenchymal tissue and has important role in the pathways of odontogenesis14.
Leocata et al [14] noted that syndecan-1 is expressed in ameloblastomas as well as in normal epithelial cells and during odontogenesis. Both Ameloblastoma & OKC are locally invasive neoplasms with a relatively high local recurrence rate.
La odontogenesis es el resultado de la interaccion entre el epitelio oral y el tejido mesenquimatico, por lo que las anomalias dentales, tales como anomalias de tamano, numero y de forma, incluyen tambien alteraciones en el numero de raices, lo que presupone que esta variabilidad es debida a una hiperactividad en la vaina epitelial de Hertwig y una degradacion patologica en dicha vaina, produciendo una invaginacion en la papila dental formandose asi una raiz accesoria(1); por lo que el exito del tratamiento de conductos radiculares se afecta de manera directa en este tipo de alteraciones (2).
(34) The report shows great similarities in the expression of genes associated with odontogenesis, such as Il10, Traf6, Lef1 and Hspa8, as well as differences in induction and repression of genes such as Jak2 and Fas, both associated with proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis, during the process of odontogenesis.
Respecto de la etiopatiogenia de los quistes periapicales se ha propuesto que estos se forman a partir de la estimulacion de los restos epiteliales de Malassez en el ligamento periodontal, provenientes de la degradacion de la vaina de Hertwig durante la odontogenesis, mediante los mecanismos y productos involucrados en la inflamacion periapical (Nair; Lin et al., 2007; Carrillo et al.).
The modifications of enamel or dentine structures and the induction of different chromatogenic materials into the dental tissues during odontogenesis or in post eruption lead to the intrinsic tooth discoloration.
Developmental defects of enamel (DDE) result from abnormalities in the process of odontogenesis during the mineralization stage of tooth enamel and are classified as opacities consistent with hypomineralisation and hypoplasia.
Some medications by interfering with odontogenesis cause intrinsic discolouration of teeth.
DPSCs are multipotent and can be induced to differentiate into cells for osteogenesis [52], chondrogenesis [53], adipogenesis [53], neurogenesis [54], dentinogenesis [53], odontogenesis [55], and myogenic lineages [56] (Figure 1).
This protein plays an important role in odontogenesis, and its expression is required from early to late developmental stages.
Shie, "Physical characteristics, antimicrobial and odontogenesis potentials of calcium silicate cements containing hinokitiol," Materials Science and Engineering, vol.