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A cell in the pulp of a tooth that produces dentine.
- ‘At the pulp end of dentinal tubules is a layer of cells called odontoblasts.’
- ‘Thus, it seems unlikely that collagen was produced from pulp odontoblasts as in teeth.’
- ‘Yoshida and Ohshima detail the development of the peripheral capillaries and their relationship to odontoblasts.’
- ‘These cells include the dentine-producing odontoblasts of the cone.’
- ‘In the mesodentine of Paralogania the odontoblasts are often trapped in spaces within the bone, the canals are wider, and they are not nearly so orderly.’
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