Waiting for the spectacle: A steam cell’s report

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Edition V04N02 | Year 2014 | Editorial Original Article | Pages 26 to 28

Cauana Oliva Tavares

All of us developed during embryogenesis. Some of us came from oral epithelium; others, from ectomesenchyme (neural-origin tissue). Some were cho- sen during the intrauterine period of the human being where I used to inhabit, and have received the neces- sary stimulus to participate in the classical spectacle named “The dental formation”. While differentiating themselves into beautiful ameloblasts, odontoblasts, cementoblasts or osteoblasts, each one of them played a specific role and continues to do so.

Tavares CO. Waiting for the spectacle: A steam cell’s report. Dental Press Endod. 2014 May-Aug;4(2):26-8. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14436/2178-3713.4.2.026-028.oar

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