amelogenins


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am·e·lo·gen·ins

(am'el-ō-jen'inz),
A class of proteins that form much of the organic matrix during the early development of tooth enamel.
[amelogenesis + -in]

am·e·lo·gen·ins

(amĕ-lō-jeninz)
Class of proteins that form much of the organic matrix during early development of tooth enamel.
[amelogenesis + -in]
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Amelogenins are the major (90%) matrix proteins for forming enamel (Sasaki & Shimokawa, 1995).
Evidence for regulation of amelogenin gene expression by 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin [D.