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ly on their end faces, although the material is unremarkable. We can't make enamel yet, but we can see how nature does it. The nanospheres clearly have a capacity to regulate the way crystals grow."

Other researchers working on aspects of the enamel mineral/enamel protein project include: Janet Moradian-Oldak, Ph.D.; Maggie Zeichner-David, Ph.D.; Malcolm Snead, Ph.D.; Michael Paine, Ph.D.; Hai Bo Wen, Ph.D.; and Raji Ravindranath, Ph.D.


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Contact: Bob Calverley
calverle@usc.edu
310-740-4750
University of Southern California
10-Dec-1998


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