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First, permeability of dentin depends on the topography: Distant from the pulp, permeability is lower than close to the pulp due fs will be replaced by “secondary” odontoblasts due to differentiation of pulp (stem/progenitor) cells. Secondary odontoblasts can also form tertiary, or regenerative, dentin, but it may reveal a more irregular structure and voids (tunnel defects) . 9 Scanning electron microscopic image of dentin with (a) and without (b) smear layer .. 10a,b Dentin tubules of the same tooth.
But results depend on the selected test conditions. Therefore, it is always necessary to test and assess a material in comparison with similar materials whose clinical behavior is known (relative toxicity analysis) . The major problem associated with cell cultures is the question of possible extrapolation of the results to patients. There are, in fact, situations in which this extrapolation is possible. For instance, most materials damage cells immediately after setting but not in the set state.
These bacteria cannot grow and form colonies on a special culture agar, which is histidine-deficient. But as soon as they come into contact with a mutagenic substance, they begin to grow. The number of forming colonies is a criterion for the mutagenicity. The result indicates that the genome has been changed and was passed on to the next generation of bacteria (mutagenicity). With other methods, DNA damage is determined without demonstrating that the damage was transferred to the next generation (genotoxicity).