Action of enamel matrix proteins on human osteogenous progenitor bone marrow cells, an experimental study
Keywords:generalized periodontits, regeneration, enamel matrix proteins, Emdogain, osteogenous progenitor human bone marrow cells, osteoinduction
AbstractComplex treatment of moderate and severe generalized periodontitis includes surgical phase of treatment in aim to provide regeneration and long-term disease remission. The obtained results confirm presence of osteoinductive properties in enamel matrix proteins, this data may be useful during surgical procedures on periodontal tissues.
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