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Objectives Previous reports have associated salivary β-galactosidase activity with non-periodontopathic oral malodour. In this study, we investigated the localization of β-galactosidase and elucidated the relationship between its enzymatic activity and physiological oral malodour.
Introduction Nanoemulsions (NE) are a unique class of disinfectants produced by mixing a water immiscible liquid phase into an aqueous phase under high shear forces. NE have antimicrobial properties and are also effective anti-biofilm agents.
Objective Interleukin (IL)-12 is an important cytokine for innate and adaptive immunity. We previously reported that IL-12 inhibits tumour necrosis factor (TNF)-α-mediated osteoclast formation by inducing apoptosis. We also reported that TNF-α plays an important role in mechanical...
Mouth coating, defined as the residual food that sticks to the oral surface after food ingestion, plays an important role in both the delivery of food components and mouth feel and after-feel perceptions. The aim of this work was to adapt a rapid and simple instrumental method to the...
Objective The goal of the present study was to evaluate the histopathologic and morphometric effects of systemic boric acid in a rat periodontitis model.
Objectives The aim of this study was to characterize the expression status of cadherins in dental pulp-derived mesenchymal progenitor/stem cells from deciduous and permanent teeth, and to determine how cadherins affect the multipotency of the progenitor/stem cells.
Objective To investigate the contribution of bone marrow-derived cells to oral mucosa wounds and skin wounds.
Saliva is an important body fluid containing a complex mixture of proteins, peptides and other substances. These are not only important in maintaining the health of the oral cavity but also may yield information about oral and systemic disease. Comprehensive analysis and identification of the...
Objectives The present study aims at comparing the effects of physical and variable chronic stress on ligature-induced periodontitis in rats.
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