Dr. Charles E. Smith continues long-standing collaborative investigations with Dr. James Simmer and Dr. Jan Hu from the University of Michigan

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Published: 28Nov2019

Dr. Charles E. Smith continues long-standing collaborative investigations with Dr. James Simmer and Dr. Jan Hu from the University of Michigan about how ameloblasts coordinate their activities to produce the protective enamel covering of teeth as well as flawed responses that occur from these cells when matrix formation/signaling is disrupted by genetic alterations.

Below is a list of recent publications:

Quantitative analysis of the core 2D arrangement and distribution of enamel rods in cross-sections of mandibular mouse incisors

Characteristics of the transverse 2D uniserial arrangement of rows of decussating enamel rods in the inner enamel layer of mouse mandibular incisors

The Enamel Phenotype in Homozygous Fam83h Truncation Mice

Dark side of the epididymis: tails of sperm maturation

AMBN mutations causing hypoplastic amelogenesis imperfecta and Ambn knockout‐NLS‐lacZ knockin mice exhibiting failed amelogenesis and Ambn tissue‐specificity

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