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BMPs and Related Factors Appearing in the Mouse Periodontal Tissues Due to Orthodontic Mechanical Stress
Journal of Hard Tissue Biology
While periodontal membrane has important functions for orthodontic mechanical stress, bone morphogenetic protein families (BMPs) show crucial roles on differentiation of osteoblasts. Since our studies revealed interesting findings on expression of these molecules, we investigated BMPs and its related factors by using immunohistochemical methods in the current study. Eight-week-old ddY mice were used as experimental animals. To add continuous mechanical stress on periodontal membrane, rubber damdoi:10.2485/jhtb.19.153 fatcat:xyn522nilzgchob563dupues3a