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Repeatable Group Models for Molecular Associations in Dental Collagen



Rafael L. Bowen


Type I collagen fibrils are essential components of teeth, bones, and other anatomical structures. A clear understanding of fibril characteristics could be of help in the design of adhesion-promoting compounds for demineralized dentin surfaces. Knowledge of the three-dimensional arrangement(s) of collagen molecules is essential for the modeling of Type I collagen fibrils. In this study a
Journal of Dental Research


bonding, collagen, dental, helix, model, Type 1


Bowen, R. (2008), Repeatable Group Models for Molecular Associations in Dental Collagen, Journal of Dental Research (Accessed April 13, 2024)
Created October 16, 2008