ToothCODE



General information

This website is partly supported by an NIH-funded interdisciplinary consortium SysCODE (Systems-based Consortium for Organ Design & Engineering). SysCODE is an interdisciplinary research consortium that involves 24 scientists from 7 institutions, whose mission is to use advances in developmental biology, computational and genome sciences, and tissue engineering to build organ parts from stem cells. The tooth regeneration project, led by the Maas laboratory in the Division of Genetics at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, seeks to generate a molecular blueprint of the regulatory network controlling early tooth germ development through a systems biology approach. The ToothCODE website is an online portal that allows public access to the data generated from our tooth regeneration project.

How to cite us?

O'Connell DJ, Ho JWK, Mammoto T, Turbe-Doan A, O'Connell JT, Haseley PS, Koo S, Kamiya N, Ingber DE, Park PJ, Maas RL (2012) A Wnt-Bmp Feedback Circuit Controls Intertissue Signaling Dynamics in Tooth Organogenesis. Science Signaling, 5, ra4

Acknowledgement

This website is partly funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) through SysCODE.

Contact

This website is maintained by the Park laboratory and Maas laboratory at the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Please forward any queries or questions to Joshua Ho.