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Regulatory Loops Consisting of Transcription Factors and microRNA Species Determine the Mineralizing Characteristics of Cell Phenotypes — Implications for Bone Engineering and Prevention of Soft Tissue Mineralization

By Jan O. Gordeladze, Øystein Stakkestad, Sigrid Haugen, Janne E. Reseland, Unni Syversen, Gaute F. Johnsen, Håvard J. Haugen, Ståle P. Lyngstadaas, Mona Møller and Mauro Valtieri

Submitted: April 11th 2014Reviewed: September 8th 2014Published: November 26th 2014

DOI: 10.5772/59149

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Jan O. Gordeladze, Øystein Stakkestad, Sigrid Haugen, Janne E. Reseland, Unni Syversen, Gaute F. Johnsen, Håvard J. Haugen, Ståle P. Lyngstadaas, Mona Møller and Mauro Valtieri (November 26th 2014). Regulatory Loops Consisting of Transcription Factors and microRNA Species Determine the Mineralizing Characteristics of Cell Phenotypes — Implications for Bone Engineering and Prevention of Soft Tissue Mineralization, Cells and Biomaterials in Regenerative Medicine Daniel Eberli, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/59149. Available from:

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