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Biochemical aspects of orthodontic tooth movement. I. Cyclic nucleotide and prostaglandin concentrations in tissues surrounding orthodontically treated teeth in vivo.
Prostaglandin F2 alpha is associated with alveolar bone cells: immunohistochemical evidence utilizing monoclonal antibodies.
SP immunoreactivity in the dental pulp and periodontium during tooth movement.
Cyclic AMP in dental and periodontal tissues during tooth eruption in kittens.
Immuno-histochemical localization of cyclic nucleotides in the periodontium: mechanically-stressed cells in vivo.
Immunohistochemical localization of epidermal growth factor in cat paradental tissues during tooth movement.
Cellular localization of cyclic AMP in periodontal tissues during experimental tooth movement in cats.