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Based on radiographic and microradiographic evidence, a 10% stannous fluoride solution produced remineralization of the carious dentin more rapidly than, and was superior to, other remineralizing solutions and calcifying solutions. Permeability to dye penetration was reduced. Electron...
The association of periodontal disease with 12 selected variables, considered to be intrinsic-systemic factors, was examined. A probability sample of 324 subjects, ≥ 20 years old, was studied. The statistical analyses included simple, partial, and multiple correlations, and linear regression.
Tooth germs grown on Eagle's medium solidified with agar will differentiate in vitro. Normal development was suppressed by beta-2-thienylalanine (1 or 2 millimols per liter), but it proceeded when phenylalanine and beta-2-thienylalanine were present in equimolar concentrations. This effect may...
Mild caloric restriction during pregnancy and lactation in rats resulted in lower average birth weights and weaning weights. Male offspring had a slower rate of growth during 60-day postweaning caries assay. No increased susceptibility to dental caries, abnormal development of accessory cusps of...
Base line values were established for total and filterable maternal and fetal blood calcium in the guinea pig. It was also demonstrated that parathyroid extract and vitamin D raised the maternal total and filterable calcium levels but had no effect on fetal plasma calcium values.
Thymidine- 3 H, 125μc, was injected intravenously into each of 11 male rats. The rats were killed one hour after injection, at four-hour intervals during a 24-hour period. Epi thelial specimens were separated from the underlying connective tissue and subjected to liquid scintillation. The...
Plate counts were made with periodontal pocket debris from 24 normal and abnormal subjects. Total cocci were successfully enumerated by using selective mediums without the use of weighed debris, indicating the uniform mixture of this group in the crevicular material. Pocket streptococci were...
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