The role and potential mechanism of p75NTR in mineralization via in vivo p75NTR knockout mice and in vitro ectomesenchymal stem cells.

Publication date: Jan 10, 2020

The aim of this study is to investigate the role and potential mechanism of p75NTR in mineralization in vivo using p75NTR-knockout mice and in vitro using ectomesenchymal stem cells (EMSCs).

Femur bone mass and daily incisor mineralization speed were assessed in an in vivo p75NTR-knockout mouse model. The molecular signatures alkaline phosphatase (ALP), collagen type 1 (Col1), melanoma-associated antigen (Mage)-D1, bone sialoprotein (BSP), osteocalcin (OCN), osteopontin (OPN), distal-less homeobox 1 (Dlx1) and Msh homeobox 1 (Msx1) were examined in vitro in EMSCs isolated from p75NTR and p75NTR mice.

p75NTR-knockout mice were smaller in body size than heterozygous and wild-type mice. Micro-computed tomography and structural quantification showed that the osteogenic ability of p75NTR -knockout mice was significantly decreased compared with that of wild-type mice (P

Zhao, M., Wang, Y., Li, G., Li, J., Yang, K., Liu, C., Wen, X., and Song, J. The role and potential mechanism of p75NTR in mineralization via in vivo p75NTR knockout mice and in vitro ectomesenchymal stem cells. 25427. 2020 Cell Prolif.

Concepts Keywords
Alkaline Phosphatase Branches of biology
Antigen Extracellular matrix proteins
Bone Glycoproteins
BSP Neurochemistry
Collagen Neurotrophin
Computed Tomography Programmed cell death
Distal Osteopontin
Heterozygous Mineralization
Homeobox Stem cell
Incisor Tomography
Knockout Stem cells
Knockout Model
Melanoma
Mice
Mineralization
Msh
Msx1
Osteocalcin
Osteogenic
P75NTR
Stem Cells
Wild Type

Semantics

Type Source Name
drug DRUGBANK Alkaline Phosphatase
disease MESH melanoma
pathway KEGG Melanoma

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