dentinogenic

dentinogenic

/den·ti·no·gen·ic/ (-jen´ik) forming or producing dentin.

dentinogenic

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Cells participating in the activation of stem cells in the pulp (mesenchymal mucous tissue of the tooth) in the regenerative process of a damaged tooth are not only odontoblasts, which are dentinogenic cells, but also the cells located below them.
The dentinogenic effect of mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) in short-term capping experiments.
MTA provides pulp cells with a biologically active substrate, which is necessary to control dentinogenic events.
The stereotypic pulp defence mechanism by which primitive matrix (fibro dentine) trigger expression of the odontoblastic potential of pulpal cells seems to be related to the dentinogenic activity of MTA.
The dentinogenic activity of mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) in short term capping experiments.