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Eiki Koyama, DDS, PhD

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Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Osteophyte formation and matrix mineralization in a TMJ osteoarthritis mouse model are associated with ectopic hedgehog signaling
  2. Genesis and morphogenesis of limb synovial joints and articular cartilage
  3. TMJ degeneration in SAMP8 mice is accompanied by deranged ihh signaling
  4. Lubricin is required for the structural integrity and post-natal maintenance of TMJ
  5. Mouse limb skeletal growth and synovial joint development are coordinately enhanced by Kartogenin
  6. Expression and roles of CCN2 in dental mesenchymal cells in primary culture-With findings in a case of odontogenic myxofibroma
  7. Epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) signaling regulates epiphyseal cartilage development through β-catenin-dependent and -independent pathways
  8. Epiphyseal abnormalities, trabecular bone loss and articular chondrocyte hypertrophy develop in the long bones of postnatal Ext1-deficient mice
  9. Regulation of CCN2 gene expression and possible roles in developing tooth germs
  10. Heparan sulfate in skeletal development, growth, and pathology: The case of hereditary multiple exostoses
  11. Perichondrium phenotype and border function are regulated by Ext1 and heparan sulfate in developing long bones: A mechanism likely deranged in Hereditary Multiple Exostoses
  12. Distinct spatiotemporal roles of hedgehog signalling during chick and mouse cranial base and axial skeleton development
  13. Phenotype profile of a genetic mouse model for Muenke syndrome
  14. Muenke syndrome mutation, FgfR3 P244R, Causes TMJ Defects
  15. The critical role of the epidermal growth factor receptor in endochondral ossification
  16. The Muenke syndrome mutation (FgfR3 P244R) causes cranial base shortening associated with growth plate dysfunction and premature perichondrial ossification in murine basicranial synchondroses
  17. TMJ development and growth require primary cilia function
  18. Ihh signaling regulates mandibular symphysis development and growth
  19. Compound heterozygous loss of Ext1 and Ext2 is sufficient for formation of multiple exostoses in mouse ribs and long bones
  20. Synovial joint formation requires local Ext1 expression and heparan sulfate production in develop 0139 ing mouse embryo limbs and spine
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