Publications

Sample pictures from the electron microscope
  1. Islam, R., et al., Tissue Harvesting Site and Culture Medium Affect Attachment, Growth, and Phenotype of Ex Vivo Expanded Oral Mucosal Epithelial Cells. Sci Rep, 2017. 7(1): p. 674.
  2. Aqrawi, L.A., et al., Identification of potential saliva and tear biomarkers in primary Sjogren's syndrome, utilising the extraction of extracellular vesicles and proteomics analysis. Arthritis Res Ther, 2017. 19(1): p. 14.
  3. Nirvani, M., et al., Circadian rhythms and gene expression during mouse molar tooth development. Acta Odontol Scand, 2017. 75(2): p. 144-153.
  4. Sehic, A., et al., Regulatory roles of microRNAs in human dental tissues. Gene, 2017. 596: p. 9-18.
  5. Chen, X., et al., Epithelial Thickness Profile Change After Combined Topography-Guided Transepithelial Photorefractive Keratectomy and Corneal Cross-linking in Treatment of Keratoconus. J Refract Surg, 2016. 32(9): p. 626-34.
  6. Chen, X., et al., Topography-Guided Transepithelial Surface Ablation in the Treatment of Moderate to High Astigmatism. J Refract Surg, 2016. 32(6): p. 418-25.
  7. Zhou, W., A. Stojanovic, and T.P. Utheim, Assessment of refractive astigmatism and simulated therapeutic refractive surgery strategies in coma-like-aberrations-dominant corneal optics. Eye Vis (Lond), 2016. 3: p. 13.
  8. Khuu, C., T.P. Utheim, and A. Sehic, The Three Paralogous MicroRNA Clusters in Development and Disease, miR-17-92, miR-106a-363, and miR-106b-25. Scientifica (Cairo), 2016. 2016: p. 1379643.
  9. Kolko, M., et al., Erratum to: Lactate Transport and Receptor Actions in Retina: Potential Roles in Retinal Function and Disease. Neurochem Res, 2016. 41(6): p. 1237.
  10. Utheim, T.P., et al., Storage Temperature Alters the Expression of Differentiation-Related Genes in Cultured Oral Keratinocytes. PLoS One, 2016. 11(3): p. e0152526.
  11. Hua, Y., et al., Evaluation of Equivalent Keratometry Readings Obtained by Pentacam HR (High Resolution). PLoS One, 2016. 11(3): p. e0150121.
  12. Utheim, T.P., et al., Culture of Oral Mucosal Epithelial Cells for the Purpose of Treating Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency. J Funct Biomater, 2016. 7(1).
  13. Utheim, T.P., et al., Transcriptome Analysis of Cultured Limbal Epithelial Cells on an Intact Amniotic Membrane following Hypothermic Storage in Optisol-GS. J Funct Biomater, 2016. 7(1).
  14. Kolko, M., et al., Lactate Transport and Receptor Actions in Retina: Potential Roles in Retinal Function and Disease. Neurochem Res, 2016. 41(6): p. 1229-36.
  15. Parissi, M., et al., Corneal Nerve Regeneration After Collagen Cross-Linking Treatment of Keratoconus: A 5-Year Longitudinal Study. JAMA Ophthalmol, 2016. 134(1): p. 70-8.
  16. Eidet, J.R., D.A. Dartt, and T.P. Utheim, Concise Review: Comparison of Culture Membranes Used for Tissue Engineered Conjunctival Epithelial Equivalents. J Funct Biomater, 2015. 6(4): p. 1064-84.
  17. Chen, X., et al., Corneal collagen cross-linking (CXL) in thin corneas. Eye Vis (Lond), 2015. 2: p. 15.
  18. Sehic, A., et al., Pre-Clinical Cell-Based Therapy for Limbal Stem Cell Deficiency. J Funct Biomater, 2015. 6(3): p. 863-88.
  19. Lagali, N., et al., Focused Tortuosity Definitions Based on Expert Clinical Assessment of Corneal Subbasal Nerves. Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci, 2015. 56(9): p. 5102-9.
  20. Chen, X., et al., Postoperative Changes in Corneal Epithelial and Stromal Thickness Profiles After Photorefractive Keratectomy in Treatment of Myopia. J Refract Surg, 2015. 31(7): p. 446-53.
  21. Saeed, M., et al., Tailoring of water swollen PVA membrane for hosting carriers in CO2 facilitated transport membranes. Separation and Purification Technology, 2017. 179: p. 550-560.
  22. Hamilton, N.B., et al., Endogenous GABA controls oligodendrocyte lineage cell number, myelination, and CNS internode length. Glia, 2017. 65(2): p. 309-321.
  23. Lauritzen, K.H., et al., A ketogenic diet accelerates neurodegeneration in mice with induced mitochondrial DNA toxicity in the forebrain. Neurobiol Aging, 2016. 48: p. 34-47.
  24. Blix, A.S., S. Kuttner, and E.B. Messelt, The ascending aorta of hooded seals with particular emphasis on its vasa vasorum. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 2016. 311: p. R144-R149.
  25. Fostad, I.G., et al., Dry Eye Disease Patients with Xerostomia Report Higher Symptom Load and Have Poorer Meibum Expressibility. PLoS ONE, 2016.
  26. Utheim, T.P., et al., Storage temperature alters the expression of differentiation-related genes in cultured oral keratinocytes. PLoS ONE, 2016. 11(3).
  27. Lauritzen, K.H., et al., A ketogenic diet accelerates neurodegeneration in mice with induced mitochondrial DNA toxicity in the forebrain. Neurobiology of Aging, 2016. 48: p. 34-47.
  28. Rinholm, J.E., et al., Movement and structure of mitochondria in oligodendrocytes and their myelin sheaths. GLIA, 2016. 64(5): p. 810-825.
  29. Holm-Hansen, S., et al., Behavioural effects of high fat diet in a mutant mouse model for the schizophrenia risk gene neuregulin 1. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 2016. 15(3): p. 295-304.
  30. Saeves, R., R.F. Klinge, and S. Risnes, Microscopic structure of dental hard tissues in primary and permanent teeth from individuals with Prader-Willi syndrome. Archives of Oral Biology, 2016. 66: p. 55-60.
  31. Blix, A.S., et al., Superb Winter fur insulation in the small Siberian musk deer (Moschus moschiferus). Rangifer, 2015. 35(1): p. 53-60.
  32. Eidet, J.R., et al., The Impact of Storage Temperature on the Morphology, Viability, Cell Number and Metabolism of Cultured Human Conjunctival Epithelium. Current Eye Research, 2015. 40(1): p. 30-39.
  33. Islam, M.R., et al., Clonal Growth Capacity and Phenotype of Ex Vivo Expanded Oral Mucosal Tissue. 2015.
  34. Islam, R., et al., The effects of culture parameters on ex vivo expansion of oral mucosal cells, in Kongsberg Vision Meeting 2015. 2015.
  35. Islam, R., et al., Effect of storage temperature on structure and function of cultured human oral keratinocytes. PLoS ONE, 2015. 10:e0128306(6).
  36. Bergersen, L.H., Lactate transport and signaling in the brain: Potential therapeutic targets and roles in body-brain interaction. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, 2015. 35(2): p. 176-185.
  37. Larsson, M., L.H. Bergersen, and V. Gundersen, Immunogold electron microscopic quantification of small molecular compounds and proteins at synapses and other neural profiles, in Neuromethods. 2015. p. 281-297.
  38. Gundersen, V., J. Storm-Mathisen, and L.H. Bergersen, Neuroglial transmission. Physiological Reviews, 2015. 95(3): p. 695-726.
  39. Fostad, I.G., et al., Dry Eye Disease Patients with Xerostomia Report Higher Symptomatic Burden. 2014, Lippincott-Raven Publishers.
  40. Islam, M.R., et al., Clonal Growth Capacity and Phenotype of Ex Vivo Explanded Oral Mucosal Tissue, in New York Academy of Science Conference. 2014.
  41. Islam, R., et al., Culture Media and Biopsy Location Effect the Proliferative Capacity and Phenotype of Ex Vivo Expanded Oral Mucosal Tissue. 2014, Lippincott-Raven Publishers.
  42. Jackson, C., et al., Xenobiotic Free Storage of Cultured Epidermal Cell Sheets for 14 Days – the Effects of Temperature on Viability, Morphology, Phenotype and Metabolic status. 2014, Lippincott-Raven Publishers.
  43. Jackson, C., et al., Effect of storage temperature on cultured epidermal cell sheets stored in xenobiotic-free medium. PLoS ONE, 2014. 9(8): p. 9.
  44. Pasovic, L., et al., Antioxidants Improve the Viability of Stored Adult Retinal Pigment Epithelial-19 Cultures. Ophthalmology and Therapy, 2014. 3(1-2): p. 49-61.
  45. Lauritzen, K.H., et al., Lactate receptor sites link neurotransmission, neurovascular coupling, and brain energy metabolism. Cerebral Cortex, 2014. 24(10): p. 2784-2795.
  46. Edin, N.J., et al., The roles of TGF-β3 and peroxynitrite in removal of hyper-radiosensitivity by priming irradiation. International Journal of Radiation Biology, 2014. 90(7): p. 527-537.
  47. Blix, A.S., L. Walløe, and E.B. Messelt, On how whales avoid decompression sickness and why they sometimes strand. 2013. p. 3385-3387.
  48. Næsse, E.P., et al., Distribution of nerve growth factor, pro-nerve growth factor, and their receptors in human salivary glands. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 2013. 121(1): p. 13-20.
  49. Pasovic, L., et al., Ophthimization of Storage Temperature for Cultured ARPE-19 Cells. Journal of ophthalmology, 2013: p. 11.
  50. Puchades, M., et al., Unaltered lactate and glucose transporter levels in the MPTP mouse model of Parkinson's disease. Journal of Parkinson's Disease, 2013. 3(3): p. 371-385.
  51. Medin, T., et al., Low dopamine D5 receptor density in hippocampus in an animal model of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Neuroscience, 2013. 242: p. 11-20.
  52. Eidet, J.r., et al., Effects of Serum-Free Eye Banking om Morphology, Phenotype and Viability of Ex Vivo Cultivated Human Conjunctival Epithelium. Experimental Eye Research, 2012. 94(1): p. 109-116.
  53. Eidet, J.R., et al., Effects of serum-free storage on morphology, phenotype, and viability of ex vivo cultured human conjunctival epithelium. Experimental Eye Research, 2012. 94(1): p. 109-116.
  54. Utheim, T.P., et al., Storage and transportation of cultured limbal and conjunctival epithelial cells for ocular surface reconstruction, in 1st European Conference on Aniridia. 2012: Oslo.
  55. Utheim, T.P., et al., Treating limbal stem cell deficiency without applying limbal stem cells, in 1st European Conference on Aniridia. 2012: Oslo.
  56. Utheim, T.P., et al., Transportation simulations of cultured human limbal epithelial cells subjected to eye-bank storage. 2012, Lippincott-Raven Publishers.
  57. Utheim, T.P., et al., A novel transportation system for cultured human limbal epithelial cells, in Fifth Military Vision Symposium on Ocular and Vision Injury. 2012: Boston.
  58. Perez, E.L., et al., Evidence for astrocytes as a potential source of the glutamate excess in temporal lobe epilepsy. Neurobiology of Disease, 2012. 47(3): p. 331-337.
  59. Lauritzen, F., et al., Redistribution of monocarboxylate transporter 2 on the surface of astrocytes in the human epileptogenic hippocampus. GLIA, 2012. 60(7): p. 1172-1181.
  60. Cheng, C., et al., Alterations of monocarboxylate transporter densities during hypoxia in brain and breast tumour cells. Cellular Oncology, 2012. 35(3): p. 217-227.
  61. Ormel, L., et al., VGLUT1 is localized in astrocytic processes in several brain regions. GLIA, 2012. 60(2): p. 229-238.
  62. Lauritzen, F., et al., Altered expression of brain monocarboxylate transporter 1 in models of temporal lobe epilepsy. Neurobiology of Disease, 2012. 45(1): p. 165-176.
  63. Aure, M.H., et al., Localization of AQP5 during development of the mouse submandibular salivary gland. Journal of Molecular Histology, 2011. 42(1): p. 71-81.
  64. Medin, T., et al., Dopamine D5 receptors are localized at asymmetric synapses in the rat hippocampus. Neuroscience, 2011. 192: p. 164-171.
  65. Lauritzen, K.H., et al., Mitochondrial DNA toxicity compromises mitochondrial dynamics and induces hippocampal antioxidant defenses. DNA Repair, 2011. 10(6): p. 639-653.
  66. Lauritzen, F., et al., Monocarboxylate transporter 1 is deficient on microvessels in the human epileptogenic hippocampus. Neurobiology of Disease, 2011. 41(2): p. 577-584.
  67. Rinholm, J.E., et al., Regulation of oligodendrocyte development and myelination by glucose and lactate. Journal of Neuroscience, 2011. 31(2): p. 538-548.
  68. Blix, A.S., et al., Selective brain cooling and its vascular basis in diving seals. Journal of Experimental Biology, 2010. 213(15): p. 2610-2616.
  69. Hope, H.B., et al., Small intestinal malabsorption in chronic alcoholism determined by C-13-D-xylose breath test and microscopic examination of the duodenal mucosa. Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, 2010. 45(1): p. 39-45.
  70. Kolltveit, K.M., et al., Expression of the T-cell-specific adapter protein in oral epithelium. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 2010. 118(2): p. 159-167.
  71. Raeder, S., et al., The Impact of De-epithelialization of the Amniotic Membrane Matrix on Morphology of Cultured Human Limbal Epithelial Cells Subject to Eye Bank Storage. Cornea, 2010. 29(4): p. 439-445.
  72. Messelt, E.B., Fra tannlegekunst til akademia. 2009, Den norske tannlegeforening. p. 958-961.
  73. Storesund, T., et al., Trefoil factor family 3 expression in the oral cavity. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 2009. 117(6): p. 636-643.
  74. Utheim, T.P., et al., Comparison of the Histology, Gene Expression Profile, and Phenotype of Cultured Human Limbal Epithelial Cells from Different Limbal Regions. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 2009. 50(11): p. 5165-5172.
  75. Lauritzen, F., et al., Gross ultrastructural changes and necrotic fiber segments in elbow flexor muscles after maximal voluntary eccentric action in humans. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2009. 107(6): p. 1923-1934.
  76. Paulsen, G., et al., Subcellular movement and expression of HSP27, αB-crystallin, and HSP70 after two bouts of eccentric exercise in humans. Journal of Applied Physiology, 2009. 107(2): p. 570-582.
  77. Owe, S.G., et al., Synapsin- and actin-dependent frequency enhancement in mouse hippocampal mossy fiber synapses. Cerebral Cortex, 2009. 19(3): p. 511-523.
  78. Jensen, V., et al., N-methyl-d-aspartate receptor subunit dysfunction at hippocampal glutamatergic synapses in an animal model of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Neuroscience, 2009. 158(1): p. 353-364.
  79. Mustafa, K.B.E., et al., Influence of modifying and veneering the surface of ceramic abutments on cellular attachment and proliferation. Clinical Oral Implants Research, 2008. 19(11): p. 1178-1187.
  80. Bergersen, L.H., J. Storm-Mathisen, and V. Gundersen, Immunogold quantification of amino acids and proteins in complex subcellular compartments. Nature Protocols, 2008. 3(1): p. 144-152.
  81. Raeder, S., et al., Effects of Organ Culture and Optisol-GS Storage on Structural Integrity, Phenotypes, and Apoptosis in Cultured Corneal Epithelium. 2007, Lippincott-Raven Publishers.
  82. Ræder, S., et al., Effect of limbal explant orientation on the histology, phenotype, ultrastructure and barrier function of cultured limbal epithelial cells. Acta Ophthalmologica Scandinavica, 2007. 85(4): p. 377-386.
  83. Ræder, S., et al., Effects of organ culture and Optisol-GS storage on structural integrity, phenotypes, and apoptosis in cultured corneal epithelium. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 2007. 48(12): p. 5484-5493.
  84. Tonazzini, I., et al., Co-localization and functional cross-talk between A1 and P2Y1 purine receptors in rat hippocampus. European Journal of Neuroscience, 2007. 26(4): p. 890-902.
  85. Rinholm, J.E., et al., Subcellular localization of the glutamate transporters GLAST and GLT at the neuromuscular junction in rodents. Neuroscience, 2007. 145(2): p. 579-591.
  86. Bergersen, L.H., Is lactate food for neurons? Comparison of monocarboxylate transporter subtypes in brain and muscle. Neuroscience, 2007. 145(1): p. 11-19.
  87. Raeder, S., et al., Engineering of multilayered polarized corneal epithelial grafts from explant culture, in XXXVII Nordic Congress of Ophtalmology. 2006: Copenhagen.
  88. Gylterud Owe, S., et al., Ultrastructural quantification of glutamate receptors at excitatory synapses in hippocampus of synapsin I+II double knock-out mice. Neuroscience, 2005. 136(3): p. 769-777.
  89. Bergersen, L.H., P.J. Magistretti, and L. Pellerin, Selective postsynaptic co-localization of MCT2 with AMPA receptor GluR2/3 subunits at excitatory synapses exhibiting AMPA receptor trafficking. Cerebral Cortex, 2005. 15(4): p. 361-370.
  90. Karadottir, R., et al., NMDA receptors are expressed in oligodendrocytes and activated in ischaemia. Nature, 2005. 438(7071): p. 1162-6.
  91. Boulland, J.L., et al., Expression of the vesicular glutamate transporters during development indicates the widespread corelease of multiple neurotransmitters. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 2004. 480(3): p. 264-280.
  92. Rafiki, A., et al., Highly differential expression of the monocarboxylate transporters MCT2 and MCT4 in the developing rat brain. Neuroscience, 2003. 122(3): p. 677-688.
  93. Bergersen, L., et al., GABA and GABAA receptors at hippocampal mossy fibre synapses. European Journal of Neuroscience, 2003. 18(4): p. 931-941.
  94. Bergersen, L., A. Rafiki, and O.P. Ottersen, Immunogold cytochemistry identifies specialized membrane domains for monocarboxylate transport in the central nervous system. Neurochemical Research, 2002. 27(1-2): p. 89-96.
  95. Jóhannsson, E., et al., Upregulation of the cardiac monocarboxylate transporter MTC1 in a rat model of congestive heart failure. Circulation, 2001. 104(6): p. 729-734.
  96. Bergersen, L., et al., A novel postsynaptic density protein: The monocarboxylate transporter MCT2 is co-localized with δ-glutamate receptors in postsynaptic densities of parallel fiber-Purkinje cell synapses. Experimental Brain Research, 2001. 137(1): p. 523-534.
  97. Klinge, R.F., Further observations on tertiary dentin in human deciduous teeth. Advances in dental research, 2001. 15: p. 76-79.
  98. Cabanac, A.J., et al., The structure and blood-storing function of the spleen of the hooded seal (Cystophora cristata). Journal of Zoology, 1999. 248: p. 75-81.
  99. Bergersen, L., et al., Cellular and subcellular expression of monocarboxylate transporters in the pigment epithelium and retina of the rat. Neuroscience, 1999. 90(1): p. 319-331.
  100. Klinge, R.F., A microradiographic and electron microscopic study of tertiary dentin in human deciduous teeth. Acta odontologica Scandinavica, 1999. 57(2): p. 87-92.
  101. Mårtensson, P.E., et al., Gut length, food transit time and diving habit in phocid seals. Polar Biology, 1998. 20: p. 213-217.
  102. Mårtensson, P.E., et al., Is gut length and transit time of digesta really related to diving habit in seals, in The world marine mammal science conference. 1998: Monaco.
  103. Klinge, R.F., The structure of the mandibular condyle in the monkey (Macaca mulatta). Micron, 1996. 27(5): p. 381-387.
  104. Khullar, S.M., et al., The effect of low level laser treatment on recovery of nerve conduction and motor function after compression injury in the rat sialic nerve. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 1995. 103: p. 299-305.
  105. Klinge, R.F., The ultrastructure of copper amalgam-covered dentin from human deciduous teeth. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1993. 51(4): p. 223-228.
  106. Abbas, D.K., et al., An in vitro model for the identification of serum proteins in acquired subgingival pellicle. Journal of Clinical Periodontology, 1991. 18: p. 341-345.
  107. Messelt, E.B., Enzymer. 1983, Den norske tannlegeforening. p. 65-69.
  108. Messelt, E.B. and H. Røraas, Spyttkjertlenes proteinsekresjon. 1983, Den norske tannlegeforening. p. 565-569.
  109. Messelt, E.B. and T.B. Ørstavik, Ultrastructural localization of intracellular kallikrein in rat submandibular gland striated duct. 1983. p. 493.
  110. Messelt, E.B., A new differential staining method of semithin sections of polyester-embedded salivary glands. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1982. 39: p. 67-70.
  111. Messelt, E.B., Ultrastructural studies on apical blebs of striated ducts in rat submandibular gland. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1982. 40: p. 103-111.
  112. Messelt, E.B., Ultrastructural studies on the bleb formation in seal and rat submandibulary gland striated ducts. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1982. 40: p. 25-33.
  113. Messelt, E.B., Ultrastructure of the "separating zone" of the rat submandibular gland striated duct cells. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1982. 40: p. 249-256.
  114. Messelt, E.B. and E. Dahl, Influence of X-ray irradiation on the ultrastructure of rat submandibular gland. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1982. 40: p. 103-111.
  115. Messelt, E.B., Position determined dense bodies in granules of monkey (Cercopithecus Ethiops)parotid gland. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1981. 39: p. 349-354.
  116. Tollefsen, T., H. Strømme Koppang, and E.B. Messelt, Immunosuppression and periodontal disease in man. Journal of Periodontal Research, 1981. 17: p. 329-344.
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  118. Messelt, E.B., O. Skogedal, and H. Eriksen, Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) isoenzyme pattern in normal and inflamed human dental pulp. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1978. 36: p. 345-348.
  119. Furseth, R. and K.N. Pedersen, Ultrastructure of tissue in intrabony and subperiosteal porous ceramic implants. International Journal of Oral Surgery, 1978. 7(5): p. 471-478.
  120. Furseth, R., Further observations on the fine structure of cellular cementum from deciduous teeth of pigs. Calcified Tissue Research, 1977. 24(1): p. 239-242.
  121. Furseth, R., The structure of cellular cementum from the teeth of pigs as means of assessing cementolysis. Journal of Ultrastructure Research, 1976. 54(3): p. 490-491.
  122. Dahm, S. and R. Furseth, The effect of grinding of human dentine examined by X-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy, and electron microscopy. Calcified Tissue Research, 1976. 21(12): p. 115-120.
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  125. Furseth, R., The structure of peripheral root dentin in young human premolars. Scandinavian Journal of Dental Research, 1974. 82(8): p. 557-561.
  126. Furseth, R., The fine structure of acellular cementum in young human premolars. Scandinavian Journal of Dental Research, 1974. 82(6): p. 437-441.
  127. Furseth, R., The structure of peripheral root dentin in young human premolars. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 1974. 82(8): p. 557-561.
  128. Furseth, R., The fine structure of acellular cementum in young human premolars. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 1974. 82(6): p. 437-441.
  129. Steinnes, E., S. Dahm, and R. Furseth, Concentration of rare earths in dentine and enamel: A pilot study. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1974. 32(2): p. 125-129.
  130. Messelt, E.B., On the salivary gland of the ringed seal. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology - Part A: Comparative Physiology, 1973. 46A: p. 1-4.
  131. Furseth, R., Tight junctions between osteocyte processes. Scandinavian Journal of Dental Research, 1973. 81(4): p. 339-341.
  132. Furseth, R., Tight junctions between osteocyte processes. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 1973. 81(5): p. 339-341.
  133. Furseth, R. and I.A. Mjör, Pulp studies after 2 per cent sodium fluoride treatment of experimentally prepared cavities. Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, 1973. 36(1): p. 109-114.
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  135. Dahm, S., R. Furseth, and A. Nossum, The influence of grinding upon the infrared absorption spectrum of adult human dentine. Calcified Tissue Research, 1972. 10(1): p. 160-166.
  136. Furseth, R. and I.A. Mjör, The fine structure of corticosteroid-covered, human dentine. Archives of Oral Biology, 1972. 17(4).
  137. Furseth, R., Fluorine and the dental hard tissues. Den Norske tannlaegeforenings tidende, 1971. 81(8): p. 605-617.
  138. Furseth, R., Resorption mechanisms in bone tissue and cementum. Den Norske tannlaegeforenings tidende, 1971. 81(7): p. 489-502.
  139. Furseth, R., Further observations on the fine structure of orally exposed and carious human dental cementum. Archives of Oral Biology, 1971. 16(1).
  140. Furseth, R., The fine structure of the odontoblast-predentin area in the root. Scandinavian Journal of Dental Research, 1971. 79(3): p. 141-150.
  141. Furseth, R., The fine structure of the odontoblast/predentin area in the root. European Journal of Oral Sciences, 1971. 79(2): p. 141-150.
  142. Furseth, R., A microradiographic, light microscopic and electron microscopic study of the cementum from deciduous teeth of pigs. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1970. 28(6): p. 811-831.
  143. Furseth, R. and E. Johansen, The mineral phase of sound and carious human dental cementum studied by electron microscopy. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1970. 28(3): p. 305-322.
  144. Furseth, R., The occurrence of atypical crystals in human cellular cementum fixed in phosphate-buffered fixatives. Archives of Oral Biology, 1969. 14(12).
  145. Furseth, R., The fine structure of the cellular cementum of young human teeth. Archives of Oral Biology, 1969. 14(10).
  146. Furseth, R. and I.A. Mjör, Electron microscopy of human coronal dentine a methodological study with emphasis on the "aspiration" of odontoblast nuclei. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1969. 27(6): p. 577-593.
  147. Furseth, R. and E. Johansen, A microradiographic comparison of sound and carious human dental cementum. Archives of Oral Biology, 1968. 13(10).
  148. Mjör, I.A. and R. Furseth, The inorganic phase of calcium hydroxide-and corticosteroid-covered dentine studied by electron microscopy. Archives of Oral Biology, 1968. 13(7).
  149. Furseth, R., The resorption processes of human deciduous teeth studied by light microscopy, microradiography and electron microscopy. Archives of Oral Biology, 1968. 13(4).
  150. Furseth, R., A microradiographic and electron microscopic study of the cementum of human deciduous teeth. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica, 1967. 25(6): p. 613-646.

 

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