Last Posted: Oct 06, 2019
- Association between MSX1 rs12532 polymorphism with nonsyndromic unilateral complete cleft lip and palate and tooth agenesis.
Lancia Melissa, et al. Archives of oral biology 2019 9 104556
- Non-syndromic cleft lip with or without palate susceptible loci is associated with tooth agenesis.
Fan Liwen, et al. Oral diseases 2019 4 (3) 803-811
- Genetic Variants of BMP2 and Their Association with the Risk of Non-Syndromic Tooth Agenesis.
Lu Yun, et al. PloS one 2016 0 (6) e0158273
- WNT10A variants in relation to nonsyndromic hypodontia in eastern Slovak population.
Grejtakova D, et al. Journal of genetics 2018 12 (5) 1169-1177
- Further evidence for the role of WNT10A, WNT10B, and GREM2 as candidate genes for isolated tooth agenesis.
Magruder S, et al. Orthodontics & craniofacial research 2018 9
- Rare and Common Variants Conferring Risk of Tooth Agenesis.
Jonsson L, et al. Journal of dental research 2018 5 (5) 515-522
- Genetic study of non-syndromic tooth agenesis through the screening of paired box 9, msh homeobox 1, axin 2, and Wnt family member 10A genes: a case-series.
Haddaji Mastouri Marwa, et al. European journal of oral sciences 2017 11
- GREM2 nucleotide variants and the risk of tooth agenesis.
Mostowska Adrianna, et al. Oral diseases 2017 10
- Association between EDAR Polymorphisms and Non-Syndromic Tooth Agenesis in the Chinese Han Population.
Chen Yi Ting, et al. The Chinese journal of dental research : the official journal of the Scientific Section of the Chinese Stomatological Association (CSA) 2017 0 (3) 153-159
- WNT10A polymorphism may be a risk factor for non-syndromic hypodontia.
Zhang S J, et al. Genetics and molecular research : GMR 2016 3 (1)
- Nonsyndromic oligodontia : Does the Tooth Agenesis Code (TAC) enable prediction of the causative mutation?
Bock Niko C, et al. Journal of orofacial orthopedics = Fortschritte der Kieferorthopadie : Organ/official journal Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Kieferorthopadie 2017 2
- Genetic Disorders of Dental Development: Tales from the Bony Crypt.
Frazier-Bowers Sylvia A et al. Current osteoporosis reports 2017 Jan
- Effects of PAX9 and MSX1 gene variants to hypodontia, tooth size and the type of congenitally missing teeth.
Kirac D, et al. Cellular and molecular biology (Noisy-le-Grand, France) 2016 11 (13) 78-84
- Tooth agenesis in osteogenesis imperfecta related to mutations in the collagen type I genes.
Malmgren Barbro, et al. Oral diseases 2016 8
- Mutations in MSX1, PAX9 and MMP20 genes in Saudi Arabian patients with tooth agenesis.
Shahid Mohammad, et al. European journal of medical genetics 2016 6 (8) 377-385
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