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Sasano / Suzuki Interface Oral Health Science 2009

Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium for Interface Oral Health Science, Held in Sendai, Japan, Between January 15 and 16, 2009 and the 1st Tohoku-Forsyth Symposium, Held in Boston, MA, USA, Between March 10 and 11, 2009

2010, 435 Seiten, Kartoniert, Previously published in hardcover, Format (B × H): 155 mm x 235 mm, Gewicht: 700 g
ISBN: 978-4-431-54704-4
Verlag: Springer, Berlin

Sasano / Suzuki Interface Oral Health Science 2009

Since 2002, the Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistry has proposed “Interface Oral Health Science” as a major theme for next-generation dental research. That theme is based on the following new concept: healthy oral fu- tion is maintained by biological and biomechanical harmony among three s- tems: (1) oral tissues (host); (2) parasitic microorganisms of the oral cavity (parasites); and (3) biomaterials. The concept implies that oral diseases such as dental caries, periodontal disease, and temporomandibular disorders should be interpreted as “interface disorders” that result from disruption of the intact int- face among these systems. The uniqueness of this concept rests on the fact that it not only encompasses the field of dentistry and dental medicine, but also expands the common ground shared with other fields, including medicine, ag- culture, material science, engineering, and pharmacology. We aim to promote advances in dental research and to activate collaboration with related fields by putting interface oral health science into practice. On this basis, we have already organized the 1st and 2nd International Symposiums for Interface Oral Health Science, which included inspiring special lectures, symposiums, poster pres- tations, and other discussions. The contents of the two symposiums were p- lished as monographs entitled Interface Oral Health Science in 2005 and 2007. The 3rd International Symposium was held in January 2009 as part of this project.



Weitere Infos & Material

Plenary Lecture.- Shear-stress-sensing and response mechanisms in vascular endothelial cells.- Novel Bioengineering.- Cleft formation and branching morphogenesis of salivary gland: exploration of new functional genes.- Strategies underlying research in tooth regenerative therapy as a possible model for future organ replacement.- Molecular basis for specification of the vertebrate head field.- Dental epithelium proliferation and differentiation regulated by ameloblastin.- Mechanobiology.- Stress fiber and the mechanical states in a living endothelial cell.- Transient receptor potential channels and mechanobiology.- Molecular mechanisms of the response to mechanical stimulation during chondrocyte differentiation.- Recruitment of masseter motoneurons by spindle Ia inputs and its modulation by leak K+ channels.- Biomaterial Interface.- Implant interface to bone tissue: biomimetic surface functionalization through nanotechnology.- Interface affinity between apatites and biological tissues.- Biological reactions on titanium surface electrodeposited biofunctional molecules.- Effect of Young's modulus in metallic implants on atrophy and bone remodeling.- Chemical and physical factors affecting osteoconductivity of octacalcium phosphate bone substitute material.- Biomechanical-Biological Interface.- Effects of zebularine on the apoptosis of 5-fluorouracil via cAMP/PKA/CREB pathway in HSC-3 cells.- Wnt signaling inhibits cementoblast differentiation.- Prevention of necrotic actions of nitrogen-containing bisphosphonates (NBPs) in mice by non-NBPs (clodronate and etidronate).- Interface, implant, regenerated bone and recipient alveolar bone.- Activation of matrix metalloproteinase-2 at the interface between epithelial cells and fibroblasts from human periodontal ligament.- Histomorphometric study of alveolar bone-implant (miniscrew) interface used as an orthodontic anchorage.- Mechanical stress modulates bone remodeling signals.- Expression analysis of p51/p63 in enamel organ epithelial cells.- Osteogenesis by gradually expanding the interface between bone surface and periosteum: preliminary analysis of the use of novel plate and bone marrow stem cell administration in rabbits.- Possible role of Ccn family members during osteoblast differentiation.- Inhibition of oral fibroblast growth and function by N-acetyl cysteine.- Computer simulation of orthodontic tooth movement using FE analysis.- Mechanical-stress-induced apoptosis and angiogenesis in periodontal tissue.- Diachronic changes of tooth wear in the deciduous dentition of the Japanese.- Dental occlusal deformation analysis of porcine mandibular periodontium using digital image correlation method.- Measurement of the transmitted-light through human upper incisors.- Three-dimensional finite element analysis of overload-induced alveolar bone resorption around dental implants.- Regulation of microrna expression by bone morphogenetic protein-2.- Influence of early progressive loading on implants placed into extraction sockets.- In vitro gene transfection of human stromal cell derived factor-1? and its expression in rat myoblasts.- Biomarker identification in oral cancer by using proteomics.- In vivo analysis of the 3-D force on implants supporting fixed prostheses.- Gap junctional communication regulates salivary gland morphogenesis.- Pulpal blood flow in human permanent teeth with different root formation.- Immunohistological study on stro-1 in developing rat dental tissues with light and electron microscopy.- The physiological calcification process is replicated in a rat embryonic calvarial culture.- Tonometric measurement of the gingiva in young and elder humans.- Isolation and comparison of mesenchymal stem cells derived from human wisdom tooth germs and periodontal ligament in vitro.- Unitary discharges of TMJ mechanosensitive neurons during cortically induced jaw movement.- Evaluation of bone metabolism of temporomandibular joint by using high resolution PET scanner.- Physiolog


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