Effect of lead, cadmium and zinc on the activity of enamel matrix proteinases in vitro

Effect of lead, cadmium and zinc on the activity of enamel matrix proteinases in vitro

R. F. Gerlach, A. P. de Souza, J. A. Cury, S. R. P. Line

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Environmental contamination with heavy metals leads to their uptake by the body. Dental tissues are known to harbor metals in concentrations related to the exposure at the time of dentin or enamel formation. Several enzymes involved in the metabolism of extracellular matrix components have been...

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Effect of lead, cadmium and zinc on the activity of enamel matrix proteinases in vitro

R. F. Gerlach, A. P. de Souza, J. A. Cury, S. R. P. Line


										

Effect of lead, cadmium and zinc on the activity of enamel matrix proteinases in vitro

R. F. Gerlach, A. P. de Souza, J. A. Cury, S. R. P. Line

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    European journal of oral sciences

    Vol. 108, no. 4 (Aug., 2000), p. 327-334