All Relations between hypertrophic and matrix compartment

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C Yoshioka, T Yag. Electron microscopic observations on the fate of hypertrophic chondrocytes in condylar cartilage of rat mandible. Journal of craniofacial genetics and developmental biology. vol 8. issue 3. 1989-02-23. PMID:3209687. the staining intensity of the pericellular matrix decreased in the lower hypertrophic cell zone in comparison with that in the upper part of the hypertrophic cell zone. 1989-02-23 2023-08-11 rat
H U Luder, C P Leblond, K von der Mar. Cellular stages in cartilage formation as revealed by morphometry, radioautography and type II collagen immunostaining of the mandibular condyle from weanling rats. The American journal of anatomy. vol 182. issue 3. 1989-02-21. PMID:3213819. from the articular surface down, the condyle may be divided into five layers made up of cells embedded in a matrix: 1) the articular layer composed of static cells in a matrix rich in fibers presumed to be of type i collagen, 2) the polymorphic cell layer including the progenitor cells from which arise the cells undergoing endochondral changes, 3) the flattened cell layer in which cells produce a precartilagenous matrix devoid of type ii collagen while undergoing differentiation in two stages: a "chondroblast" stage and a short "flattened chondrocyte" stage when intracellular type ii collagen elaboration begins, 4) the upper hypertrophic cell layer, in which cells are "typical chondrocytes" that enlarge at a rapid rate, actively produce type ii collagen, and deposit it into a cartilagenous matrix, and 5) the lower hypertrophic cell layer, composed of chondrocytes at a stage of terminal enlargement while the cartilagenous matrix is adapting for mineralization. 1989-02-21 2023-08-11 rat
J E Chin, E M Schalk, M L Kemick, R E Wuthie. Effect of synthetic human parathyroid hormone on the levels of alkaline phosphatase activity and formation of alkaline phosphatase-rich matrix vesicles by primary cultures of chicken epiphyseal growth plate chondrocytes. Bone and mineral. vol 1. issue 5. 1989-02-07. PMID:2462454. the effect of synthetic human parathyroid hormone (hpth) on the formation of matrix vesicles (mv), and on the rate of cell division, production of cellular alkaline phosphatase (ap) and protein by primary cultures of chicken epiphyseal growth plate hypertrophic chondrocytes was investigated. 1989-02-07 2023-08-11 human
J R Ralphs, L Evans, S Y Al. Separation of rabbit epiphyseal chondrocytes in various stages of differentiation. Cell and tissue research. vol 254. issue 2. 1989-01-26. PMID:3197091. these results suggest a general reduction in matrix and dna synthesis with the attainment of the fully differentiated hypertrophic state, coincident with the expression of alkaline phosphatase activity and mineralisation of the cartilage matrix. 1989-01-26 2023-08-11 rabbit
F P Reinholt, A Wernerso. Septal distribution and the relationship of matrix vesicle size to cartilage mineralization. Bone and mineral. vol 4. issue 1. 1989-01-09. PMID:3191272. to estimate matrix vesicle distribution between longitudinal and transversal septal matrix in the proliferative, hypertrophic and calcifying zones of normal epiphyseal cartilage, the volume density of matrix vesicles in the longitudinal septal matrix was compared to that of total extralacunar matrix. 1989-01-09 2023-08-11 rat
F P Reinholt, A Wernerso. Septal distribution and the relationship of matrix vesicle size to cartilage mineralization. Bone and mineral. vol 4. issue 1. 1989-01-09. PMID:3191272. the study was focused on the proliferative, hypertrophic and calcifying zones and in each zone the matrix vesicles were classified into four size classes: 1, less than or equal to 50 nm; 2, 51-67 nm; 3, 68-84 nm; 4, greater than or equal to 85 nm. 1989-01-09 2023-08-11 rat
C K Abrass, C V Peterson, G J Raug. Phenotypic expression of collagen types in mesangial matrix of diabetic and nondiabetic rats. Diabetes. vol 37. issue 12. 1988-12-27. PMID:3056764. glomerular hypertrophy was associated with an increase in the relative amount of mesangial matrix as determined by staining for fibronectin. 1988-12-27 2023-08-11 rat
A L Arsenaul. Microvascular organization at the epiphyseal-metaphyseal junction of growing rats. Journal of bone and mineral research : the official journal of the American Society for Bone and Mineral Research. vol 2. issue 2. 1988-10-11. PMID:3455163. from this vascular network, closed capillary sprouts abut hypertrophic chondrocytes bordered by scaffolds of mineralized matrix. 1988-10-11 2023-08-11 rat
A M Reginato, I M Shapiro, J W Lash, S A Jimene. Type X collagen alterations in rachitic chick epiphyseal growth cartilage. The Journal of biological chemistry. vol 263. issue 20. 1988-08-08. PMID:3133372. it is likely that in rickets the overproduction of type x collagen may be a compensatory mechanism by which the hypertrophic chondrocyte attempts to provide a maximum area of calcifiable matrix for the calcium-depleted serum. 1988-08-08 2023-08-11 chicken
B H Thorp, S R Duf. Effect of unilateral weight-bearing on pelvic limb development in broiler fowls: vascular studies. Research in veterinary science. vol 44. issue 2. 1988-07-29. PMID:3387666. these vessels were associated with chondrocyte hypertrophy and matrix calcification, which was considered to lead to the repair of the lesions. 1988-07-29 2023-08-11 Not clear
R Coleman, A Weiss, S Finkelbrand, M Silberman. Age and exercise-related changes in myocardial mitochondria in mice. Acta histochemica. vol 83. issue 1. 1988-07-12. PMID:3132021. running schedules, especially in aged runners, caused an increase in interfibrillar mitochondria hypertrophy, loss of matrix and cristae, incorporation of lipid inclusions and the formation of giant mitochondria. 1988-07-12 2023-08-11 mouse
A L Arsenault, F P Ottensmeyer, I B Heat. An electron microscopic and spectroscopic study of murine epiphyseal cartilage: analysis of fine structure and matrix vesicles preserved by slam freezing and freeze substitution. Journal of ultrastructure and molecular structure research. vol 98. issue 1. 1988-05-12. PMID:3351353. to illustrate the improved ultrastructure of this cryogenic procedure, conventional, aqueously fixed growth plates were included showing collapsed hypertrophic chondrocytes surrounded by a depleted and condensed extracellular matrix. 1988-05-12 2023-08-11 mouse
M Bouvie. Variation in alkaline-phosphatase activity with changing load on the mandibular condylar cartilage in the rat. Archives of oral biology. vol 32. issue 9. 1988-05-12. PMID:3481970. in all groups, alkaline-phosphatase activity was localized primarily in cells and extracellular matrix of the hypertrophic zone, and in cells lining trabeculae of the subcondylar bone. 1988-05-12 2023-08-11 rat
A R Poole, I Pidoux, A Reiner, L Rosenberg, D Hollister, L Murray, D Rimoi. Kniest dysplasia is characterized by an apparent abnormal processing of the C-propeptide of type II cartilage collagen resulting in imperfect fibril assembly. The Journal of clinical investigation. vol 81. issue 2. 1988-03-18. PMID:3276736. this was associated with the absence (compared with normal cartilage) of the c-propeptide of type ii collagen (chondrocalcin) from the extracellular matrix of epiphyseal cartilages, although it was detected (as in normal cartilages) in the lower hypertrophic zone of the growth plate in association with calcifying cartilage. 1988-03-18 2023-08-11 Not clear
R J Eddy, J A Petro, J J Tomase. Evidence for the nonmuscle nature of the "myofibroblast" of granulation tissue and hypertropic scar. An immunofluorescence study. The American journal of pathology. vol 130. issue 2. 1988-03-17. PMID:3277440. in order to better characterize the myofibroblast, the authors have examined its cytoskeleton and surrounding extracellular matrix (ecm) in human burn granulation tissue, human hypertrophic scar, and rat granulation tissue by indirect immunofluorescence. 1988-03-17 2023-08-11 human
J C Kim, L S Kaminsk. 2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol toxicity in hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus). Toxicologic pathology. vol 15. issue 4. 1988-03-14. PMID:3432941. the major lesions observed were severe hepatocyte hyperplasia and hypertrophy with fatty degeneration, necrosis of hair germinal matrix, urinary bladder transitional epithelial cellular hypertrophy, and hyperplasia with vacuolar degeneration and submucosal edema. 1988-03-14 2023-08-11 Not clear
G Maor, K von der Mark, H Reddi, D Heinegård, A Franzen, M Silberman. Acceleration of cartilage and bone differentiation on collagenous substrata. Collagen and related research. vol 7. issue 5. 1988-01-29. PMID:3319377. after 24 h in culture, new chondroblasts developed which subsequently matured showing signs of hypertrophy, while the extracellular matrix revealed positive reactivity for type ii collagen, cartilage proteoglycans and mineralization. 1988-01-29 2023-08-11 Not clear
J A Buckwalter, L C Rosenberg, R Unga. Changes in proteoglycan aggregates during cartilage mineralization. Calcified tissue international. vol 41. issue 4. 1988-01-05. PMID:3119178. thus, before the cartilage matrix mineralized in the lower proliferative zone and as the cartilage matrix began to mineralize in the hypertrophic zone, proteoglycan aggregate size decreased and the proportion of aggregated monomers decreased. 1988-01-05 2023-08-11 cattle
M N Campos, A R Cru. Relative growth of the condylar cartilage of the rat mandibular head during postnatal life. Gegenbaurs morphologisches Jahrbuch. vol 133. issue 4. 1987-12-21. PMID:3678782. the approximate 15% decrease of the cell contingent, the approximate 48% increase in cartilage matrix, the abrupt changes in the descriptive curve around the 15th to 20th d of postnatal life and the analysis of the relative growth pattern of the fibrous, embryogenic, cartilage, and hypertrophic cartilage layers were related to the functional adaptations which regulate the growth of the mandible condyle by a direct or indirect action on the temporal-mandibular articulation system. 1987-12-21 2023-08-11 rat
E Livne, C Oliver, R D Leapman, L C Rosenberg, A R Poole, M Silberman. Age-related changes in the role of matrix vesicles in the mandibular condylar cartilage. Journal of anatomy. vol 150. 1987-11-16. PMID:3308799. in one week old animals the most intense staining was observed in the matrix around the hypertrophic cells in the mineralising zone, to a lesser degree around the cells in the zone of chondroblasts, while no staining was noted in the zone of chondroprogenitor cells and in the matrix around the early hypertrophic cells. 1987-11-16 2023-08-11 mouse