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Cells Tissues Organs (2023) 212 (2): 125–137.
Published Online: 20 April 2023
... for these ephrins in osteoblast stem cell niches remain unidentified. Here we report the expression of EphB3 at sites of bone growth in the embryo, especially at the calvaria suture fronts, periosteum, chondrocytes, and trabeculae of developing long bones. Strong EphB3 expression persisted in the adult calvarial...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2011) 194 (2-4): 313–319.
Published Online: 13 May 2011
... coming from osteoblast lineage cells arriving at this site to effect bone repair upon further osteoblast differentiation, and extracellular matrix deposition and mineralization. Such interfacial OPN is thought to contribute to the cell adhesion, cell signaling, and matrix mineralization events required...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2011) 193 (6): 344–365.
Published Online: 11 November 2010
... cells Neural differentiation Osteoblast Chondroblast Endothelial cells During development, stem and progenitor cells actively proliferate to form tissues and organs, whereas in adults, they exist only as minute, often hidden, tissue-specific subpopulations that play a role...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2010) 192 (5): 283–291.
Published Online: 08 July 2010
... that impaired fusion of developing palatal shelves affects palatal bone development using palate organotypic cultures. Using two different approaches, we show that induction of cleft results in increased expression of pre-osteoblast and early osteoblast markers, Twist1 , Snai1 and Runx2 , and decreased...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2008) 189 (1-4): 144–152.
Published Online: 27 August 2008
...Renny T. Franceschi; Chunxi Ge; Guozhi Xiao; Hernan Roca; Di Jiang The differentiation of osteoblasts from mesenchymal precursors requires a series of cell fate decisions controlled by a hierarchy of transcription factors. These include RUNX2, Osterix (OSX), ATF4 and a large number of nuclear...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2008) 189 (1-4): 65–69.
Published Online: 13 August 2008
... generator of pyrophosphate in osteoblastic cells; therefore, regulated expression of PC-1 by FGFs may be a principal mechanism by which FGF signaling affects bone mineralization. We previously showed that FGF2 induces PC-1 expression in preosteoblastic cells and that this induction is differentiation stage...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2007) 186 (4): 213–220.
Published Online: 16 August 2007
... manufactured with osteoblastic cells and poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) polymer fleeces over a period of 21 days were analyzed by SDS-PAGE and Western blotting. The protein expression of OPN, OC, osteonectin and collagen type I was analyzed. Cellularity, alkaline phosphatase-specific activity and histology...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2006) 181 (3-4): 166–175.
Published Online: 18 April 2006
... in osteoblast-mediated resorption of bone via osteoclast activation, and inhibition of osteoblast activity and mineralization. Downregulation of differentiation markers and inhibition of mineralization by PTH have been reported in primary calvarial explants and osteoblast cell lines. Using MC3T3-E1 osteoblast...
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Cells Tissues Organs (2004) 176 (1-3): 95–108.
Published Online: 28 January 2004
... stimulate osteoblast differentiation and bone formation in vivo. Both in vivo and ex vivo transduction of cells can induce bone formation at ectopic and orthotopic sites. Adenovirus and direct DNA delivery of genes encoding regenerative molecules can heal critical-sized defects of cranial and long bones...