The ability of the stem cells of apical papilla to grow, proliferate and differentiate on polycaprolactone based scaffolds
Ahmed, Mohamed Jamal
Henry M Goldman School of Dental Medicine (Boston University)
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OBJECTIVE: The overall objective of the present study were to isolate the stem cells of apical papilla (SCAPs) from human intact permanent teeth, to further characterize their features, and to test their potential to attach, proliferate and differentiate on a synthetic Polycaprolactone (PCL) based scaffold. This study is part of an effort to design a model for regenerative endodontic research, which could help to further understand it.
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