Ban A.Ghani Jamil

Department of Oral Diagnosis, College of Dentistry, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq


  • Research   
    Histological Evaluation Effect of Local Application of Vitamin D3 on Bone Formation in Rabbits
    Author(s): Noor Abdulkareem Razouki* and Ban A.Ghani Jamil

    Bone is a highly specialized form of connective tissue that is nature’s provision for an internal support system in all higher vertebrates, its formation and regeneration is still desiring research zone and using the tissue engineering approach that depends on the various types of interactions between the cells, scaffolds, and growth factors. Vit.D3 is a fat-soluble hormone, calcitriol is active form of Vit.D3, can affect osteoblast growth and differentiation stimulating bone formation and mineralization, no consensus exists regarding the applicable benefit of local application in bone defect healing which still controversy. Twenty-four adult male New Zealand rabbits weighting an average of (1.5–2 kg) used in this study. One intra bony holes created in both tibias (right tibiae for experimental groups and left for control group) of each animal which will be divided as foll.. Read More»

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