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Objective: Eubacterial 16S rDNA fingerprints of human saliva and dental plaque microcosm biofilms grown in the multi-plaque artificial mouth (MAM) were characterised using denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE).
Tissue transglutaminase (TGase 2) has been implicated in numerous cellular functions, i.e., apoptosis, differentiation, extracellular matrix protein cross-linking and organogenesis. Earlier report of the strong transient expression of TGase 2 localized at the anchoring sites of muscle bundles of...
Purpose: To determine whether transducers could provide a convenient method of measuring dentine permeability and to investigate the effects of removal of pulp tissue and perfusion time on the pressure increase across human dentine after low-pressure perfusion.
Objective: In order to elucidate the cellular and molecular mechanisms of phosphate secretion by human salivary glands, the expression and intracellular distribution of sodium-phosphate cotransporters was investigated.
Lysozyme is one of the most abundant enzymatic components in the salivary pellicle. The purpose of the present in situ study was to determine if and to which extent lysozyme immobilised in pellicles exposes enzymatic activity. Influence of different oral sites and pellicle formation time on...
Bovine dentine phosphophoryn (BDP), a protein rich in aspartyl (Asp) and O -phosphoseryl (Ser( P )) residues, is synthesized by odontoblasts and believed to be involved in matrix-mediated biomineralization of dentine. Phosphophoryn was purified from bovine dentine using EDTA extraction, Ca 2+...
To qualify cellular events of possible pathophysiological significance in the parotid of ferret, tissue obtained post-mortem from mature animals of either sex was examined by light microscopical histochemistry for calcium, protein, amino acids, mucosubstances and hydrolases, and by...
Objective: To study cell kinetics of rat gingival (GE), sulcular (SE) and junctional (JE) epithelia in the steady-state and after application of mechanical pressure.
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