|Pathbase Image PB 24085 submitted by University of Cambridge on 2003-11-01|
|EMAP / Embryonic stage, |
tissue or post-natal age:
|99994 - Newborn|
|Genotype Status:||Wild-type |
|MPATH / Pathology:||MPATH 458 - normal|
|Genetic Manipulation:||None |
|MA / Anatomical Site:||MA 1602 - lower jaw molar|
|Designated Allele Name:|
|Description:||Formation of alveoar bone septum in between the first and second molar in a 14 day post-natal mouse.|
The alveolar bone at this stage of development is characterised by immature bone trabeculae where the individual trabeculae are lined with active osteoblasts. Note that the connective tissue adjacent to the osteoblasts is richly vascularised and that there are small areas of bone marrow associated with these structures.
This section has been immunohistochemically stained to reveal osteoclasts using antibodies to tartrate resistant acid phosphatase.
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