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July 3rd, 2017

Paving the way toward tooth regeneration

Enamel, formed by ameloblast cells, is the hardest substance in human body, and the first defensive line for healthy tooth. Unfortunately, nearly 40% the incisor teeth in babies and children have some sort of enamel defect. To replace enamel, or even entire teeth, [...]
May 16th, 2016

Dr Ann George visited COR from University of Illinois, Chicago

Dr Ann George visited COR on April, 2016 from the University of Illinois and gave the lecture on the topic "DMP1: A busy protein that functions in mineralized matrix assembly". Dr George is a Professor at the  Division of Oral Biology, University of [...]
April 1st, 2014 / Research Areas

UCSF Launches Children’s Oral Health Research Center

There is increasing recognition of the importance of children’s oral health to the overall well being of children, and the importance of multidisciplinary approaches to addressing children’s oral health issues. In children, genetic, environmental, or [...]