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Paknejad M, Ranjbar R. Growth factors and new periodontology. jdm. 1999; 12 (1) :47-55
URL: http://jdm.tums.ac.ir/article-1-565-en.html
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Growth factors are biological mediators that have a key roll in proliferation, chemotaxy and differentiation by acting on specific receptors on the surface of cells and regulating events in wound healing.They can be considered hormones that are not released in to the blood stream but have one a local action. Some of these factors can regulate premature change in GO to Gl phase in cell devesion cycle and even may stimulate synthesis of DNA in suitable cells, Growth substances, primarily secreted by fibroblasts, endothelia! cells, macrophages and platelet, include platelet derived growth factor (PDGF), insulin like growth factor (IGF) transforming growth factor (TGF)a and (3 and bone morphogenetic proteins BMPs that approximately are the most important of them. (BMP)s could be used to control events during periodontal, craniofacial and implant wound healing through favoring bone formation According toLynch, combination of PGDF and IGF1 would be effective in promoting growth of all the components of the periodontium.The aim of this study was to characterize growth factor and review the literature to determine the mechanism of their function, classification and application in implant and periodontal treatment.

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