Effect of the diffusion of microbial growth factors through tooth substance on production of carious lesions in vitro and wheatcroft mg diffusion of niacin through extracted human teeth and its effect on bacterial penetration into dentin j dent res 41 684 94 the effect of desalivation upon pulpal function and dental caries in r . In vitro caries factors influencing the shape of the developing lesion l w wachtel and l r brownf us naval dental school national naval medical center bethesda maryland summary tooth slices cemented in plastic were observed for the effects of acids and acid producing bacteria on morphologically denned areas of human teeth. This short review presents an overview of the most common in vitro models used to study dental caries it also highlights some of the results from their use it cannot be used to evaluate the effect of bacterial adhesion properties instead the model focuses on intermittent exposure to sucrose and a test substance this model was used . Active immunization of animals mice rats hamsters nonhuman primates prevent dental caries passive immunization rodents nonhuman primates humans decreases s mutans colonization and caries formation correlation of salivary antibody with caries experience in human populations high caries experience in immunodeficient patients. Effect of fibroblast growth factor 2 on dental pulp cells derived from human deciduous teeth in vitro and thus are likely to play an key role in protection against dental caries we used dp cells derived from human deciduous teeth to investigate the effects of fgf 2 on the expression of markers specific for mature ecs
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