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TEGDMA Reduces Mineralization in Dental Pulp Cells

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Galler, Kerstin M. ; Schweikl, Helmut ; Hiller, Karl-Anton ; Cavender, A.C. ; Bolay, C. ; D’Souza, R. N. ; Schmalz, Gottfried
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Date of publication of this fulltext: 09 Aug 2016 10:39


Direct application of dentin bonding agents onto the exposed pulp has been advocated, but in vivo studies indicate a lack of reparative dentin formation. Our objective was to investigate the role of triethylene glycol dimethacrylate (TEGDMA), a commonly used compound in dentin bonding agents, as a potential inhibitor of mineralization. Human pulp cells were exposed to different concentrations of ...


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