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Stages in Tooth Development

Pre-patterned oral ectoderm is in close contact with cranial, neural crest ectomesenchyme. At this stage (mouse E10) the odontogenic potential resides in the epithelium.

Tooth stages: lamina | placode stage | bud stage | cap stage | bell stage | all stages | Tooth Development

Reference

<pubmed>19266065</pubmed>| PMCID: PMC2651620

Int J Biol Sci. 2009; 5(3): 226–243. Published online 2009 February 24.

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