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EMMPRIN/CD147 deficiency disturbs ameloblast-odontoblast cross-talk and delays enamel mineralization

 
: Khaddam, M.; Huet, E.; Vallée, B.; Bensidhoum, M.; Denmat, D. le; Filatova, A.; Jimenez-Rojo, L.; Ribes, S.; Lorenz, G.; Morawietz, M.; Rochefort, G.Y.; Kiesow, A.; Mitsiadis, T.A.; Poliard, A.; Petzold, M.; Gabison, E.E.; Menashi, S.; Chaussain, C.

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Bone 66 (2014), S.256-266
ISSN: 8756-3282
ISSN: 1873-2763
Englisch
Zeitschriftenaufsatz
Fraunhofer IWM ( IMWS) ()

Abstract
Tooth development is regulated by a series of reciprocal inductive signaling between the dental epithelium and mesenchyme, which culminates with the formation of dentin and enamel. EMMPRIN/CD147 is an Extracellular Matrix Metallo. PRoteinase (MMP) INducer that mediates epithelial-mesenchymal interactions in cancer and other pathological processes and is expressed in developing teeth. Here we used EMMPRIN knockout (KO) mice to determine the functional role of EMMPRIN on dental tissue formation. We report a delay in enamel deposition and formation that is clearly distinguishable in the growing incisor and associated with a significant reduction of MMP-3 and MMP-20 expression in tooth germs of KO mice. Insufficient basement membrane degradation is evidenced by a persistent laminin immunostaining, resulting in a delay of both odontoblast and ameloblast differentiation. Consequently, enamel volume and thickness are decreased in adult mutant teeth but enamel maturation and to oth morphology are normal, as shown by micro-computed tomographic (micro-CT), nanoindentation, and scanning electron microscope analyses. In addition, the dentino-enamel junction appears as a rough calcified layer of approximately 10 ± 5. m thick (mean ± SD) in both molars and growing incisors of KO adult mice. These results indicate that EMMPRIN is involved in the epithelial-mesenchymal cross-talk during tooth development by regulating the expression of MMPs. The mild tooth phenotype observed in EMMPRIN KO mice suggests that the direct effect of EMMPRIN may be limited to a short time window, comprised between basement membrane degradation allowing direct cell contact and calcified matrix deposition.

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