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Neurotransmitter-regulation of fluid secretion in the salivary glands is achieved by a coordinated sequence of intracellular signaling events, including the activation of membrane receptors, generation of the intracellular second messenger, inositol 1,4,5, trisphosphate, internal Ca 2+ release,...
Chemopreventives are chemicals that prevent the formation of cancers such as oral cancer. They can take the form of nutrients or synthetic molecules, and their fundamental characteristic is that they do not produce disease processes that would result in debilitating symptoms. Current evidence...
In this review the biomechanical behavior of the mandibular bone tissue, and of the mandibular bone as a whole, in response to external loading is discussed. A survey is given of the determinants of mandibular stiffness and strength, including the mechanical properties and distribution of bone...
As a result of our increased understanding of the human genome, and the functional interrelationships of gene products with each other and with the environment, it is becoming increasingly evident that many human diseases are influenced by heritable alterations in the structure or function of...
This paper reviews the recent advances in knowledge of brainstem mechanisms related to craniofacial pain. It also draws attention to their clinical implications, and concludes with a brief overview and suggestions for future research directions. It first describes the general organizational...
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