A study of the osteogenic potential of decalcified allogenic and xenogenic dentin matrix
Silston, Stephen M.
Werbitt, Marvin J.
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These experiments were devised as a means to test the hypotl1esis that decalcified dentin matrix possessed the capacity to stimulate new bone formation in a freshly created osseous defect. Specimens of human and rat dentin were decalcified in 0.6 HCl for varying time periods. Mid-fibular de- fects were created in male albino rats and pieces of decalcified dentin matrix implanted into the defects. Several defects were radiographed at bi-weekly intervals following the surgical procedure. [TRUNCATED]
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