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DEJ

Abbreviation for dentinoenamel junction.

DEJ

Abbreviation for dentinoenamel junction.
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Diversos autores han encontrado que durante la etapa secretora la localizacion de la tuftelina, en ejemplares animales, se identifica principalmente en la DEJ y en la matriz del esmalte en desarrollo, observandose como una fina linea paralela a la DEJ y al esmalte recien secretado, encontrando altas concentraciones de proteina en la DEJ durante el desarrollo temprano del esmalte (Simmer & Fincham., 1995; Diekwisch et al.,1997; Zeichner-David et al, 1997; Mao et al., 2001; Satchell et al., 2002), estos acontecimientos coinciden con nuestros resultados realizados en germenes de fetos humanos.
Our appointed instructor, an attentive and jovial woman in jeans and a tee, introduces DeJ to a 700-pound Welsh pony.
The shooting star that was displayed at the surveillance cameras in Dej is just one of the several meteors that were observed in Romania last weekend.
Investigators have observed a marked influx of B cells at the DEJ and in the perivascular area [6,7,18] and reported B cells to account for up to greater than 25% of the infiltrate in DLE lesional skin [19].
The rats from experimental groups were subjected to a speleotherapy cure in Ocna Dej or Cacica salt mines.
Although this challenge to Dej's power has been covered in general terms by scholars such as Ghita Ionescu, Dennis Deletant, and Vladimir Tismaneanu, not all the issues debated in these meetings have been analyzed in detail.
The presence of immunoreactants at the DEJ of patients with DLE is characteristic, and the presence of a band of deposited IgG, IgM, IgA, and/or C3 is widely used to diagnose these lesions.
The outcome was dichotomized, so the five levels of radiographic penetration of the lesions in both dentitions were grouped into two categories: lesions penetrating up to the dentino-enamel junction (DEJ) and lesions penetrating from the external third of the dentine onwards.
Calosoma vagans Dej., a large beetle, was the most numerous carabid trapped, in spite of being found only during the last three sampling periods.