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Relationship of Oral Bacterial Load Over One Year of Smoking Cessation

Kim S, Seo MS, Hwang SJ

BACKGROUND: Smoking exerts an adverse effect on the periodontal tissue by reorganizing the ecosystem of oral microorganisms and is considered to be an important factor in the development of periodontal...
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Real-time PCR quantification of 9 periodontal pathogens in saliva samples from periodontally healthy Korean young adults

Choi H, Kim E, Kang J, Kim HJ, Lee JY, Choi J, Joo JY

PURPOSE: Few studies have examined periodontal pathogens from saliva samples in periodontally healthy young adults. The purposes of this study were to determine the prevalence of periodontopathic bacteria and to...
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Humoral immune responses to periodontal pathogens in the elderly

Shet U, Oh HK, Chung HJ, Kim YJ, Kim OS, Lim HJ, Shin MH, Lee SW

PURPOSE: Elderly people are thought to be more susceptible to periodontal disease due to reduced immune function associated with aging. However, little information is available on the nature of immune...
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Antimicrobial Effect of Coptidis rhizome Extract against Mutans Streptococci and Periodontopathogens

Park SN, Lim YK, Kook JK

The purpose of the study was to investigate the antimicrobial activity of the methanol extract of Coptidis rhizome against the type strains of cariogenic bacteria, Streptococcus mutans and Streptococcus sobrinus,...
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Effects of adjunctive daily phototherapy on chronic periodontitis: a randomized single-blind controlled trial

Jung GU, Kim JW, Kim SJ, Pang EK

PURPOSE: The purpose of this randomized single-blind controlled trial was to elucidate the clinical and antimicrobial effects of daily phototherapy (PT) as an adjunct to scaling and root planing (SRP)...
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Oral Microbiota Comparison between Healthy volunteers, Periodontitis patients and Oral cancer patients

Na HS, Kim S, Choi YH, Lee JY, Chung J

  • KMID: 1709613
  • Int J Oral Biol.
  • 2013 Dec;38(4):181-188.
The presence of distinct bacterial species is found to be dependent on age, diet, and disease. We compared the detection rate of several oral bacterial strains in a cohort of...
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Effect of Xylitol on various Oral bacteria

Na HS, Kim SM, Kim S, Choi YH, Chung J

  • KMID: 1709612
  • Int J Oral Biol.
  • 2013 Dec;38(4):175-180.
Xylitol is a five-carbon sugar alcohol that reduces the incidence of caries by inhibiting the growth of oral streptococci, including Streptococcus mutans. Since xylitol is transported via the fructose phosphotransferase...
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Quantitative analysis of periodontal pathogens present in the saliva of geriatric subjects

Shet UK, Oh HK, Kim HJ, Chung HJ, Kim YJ, Kim OS, Choi HR, Kim OJ, Lim HJ, Lee SW

PURPOSE: At present, information regarding periodontal disease in geriatric patients is scarce. The purpose of this study was to quantify the periodontal pathogens present in the saliva of Korean geriatric...
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Effects of Microbial Communication on The Growth of Periodontopathogens

Lee CK, Baek DH

  • KMID: 1457213
  • Int J Oral Biol.
  • 2010 Dec;35(4):197-202.
Most oral microorganisms exist as biofilms which initiate formation via the attachment of an early colonizer to host proteins on the tooth surface. Fusobacterium nucleatum act as a bridge between...
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Characterization of Binding of Treponema denticola to Immobilized Fibrinogen using the Fluorescent Fatty Acid Labeling Method

Hong J, Lee SY

  • KMID: 1457183
  • Int J Oral Biol.
  • 2010 Sep;35(3):107-111.
Treponema denticola is a gram-negative anaerobe that can cause periodontal disease. The adhesion of this bacterium to host tissues is considered to be the primary event in the colonization and...
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Quantitative Analysis of Weissella cibaria against Periodontopathic Bacteria by Real-time PCR

Kang MS, Lim HS, Kim SM, Lim YJ, Lee HC, Oh JS

The objective of this study was to analyze quantitatively whether Weissella cibaria could affect the proliferation of five periodontopathic bacteria, Porphyromonas gingivalis, Tannerella forsythia, Treponema denticola, Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans, and Fusobacterium...
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Detection of periodontal disease related bacteria from the implant-abutment interface in oral cavity

Han MJ, Chung CH, Kim HJ, Kook JK, Yoo SY

  • KMID: 2118742
  • J Korean Acad Prosthodont.
  • 2008 Apr;46(2):116-124.
STATEMENT OF PROBLEM: Implant systems result in gaps and cavities between implant and abutment that can act as a trap for bacteria and thus possibly cause inflammatory reactions in...
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Changes of periodontopathogens and clinical parameters of periodontal tissue after debanding

Yang YM, Kim SS, Jun ES, Park SB

  • KMID: 2273585
  • Korean J Orthod.
  • 2006 Aug;36(4):263-274.
OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate clinical and microbiological changes in periodontal tissue around the banded molars after debanding. METHODS: This study included 17 young adult patients...
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The effect of Treponema denticola immunoinhibitory protein on cytokine expression in T cells

Lee SY, Shon WJ, Lee W, Baek SH, Bae KS, Lim S

Immunoinhibitory protein extracted from sonicated Treponema denticola have been shown to suppress cell cycle progression of human lymphocytes. To study in detail about the effect of this microorganism on the...
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Distribution of oral pathogens in infections of endodontic origin

Kim SY, Choi HY, Park SH, Choi GW

It has been documented that periodontopathic bacteria are also implicated in endodontic infections. 16S rDNA gene-directed PCR was to examine the prevalence of periodontopathic bacteria including Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans (Aa), Prevotella...
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Effect of sonicates of Treponema denticola on osteoblast differentiation

Choi BK, Kang JH, Jin SW, Ohk SH, Lee SI, Yoo YJ

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Identification of putative pathogens in acute endodontic infections by PCR based on 16S rDNA

Kim JH, Yoo SY, Lim SA, Kook JK, Lim SS, Park SH, Hwang HK

The purpose of this study was to investigate the frequency of 7 putative pathogens in endodontic infections. The specimens were collected from infected pulpal tissue of patients who were referred...
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Sonicated extract of Treponema denticola impairs the lymphocyte proliferation

Lee WC, Shenker BJ

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In Vitro Antibacterial Effect of a Mouthrinse Containing CPC (Cetylpyridinium Chloride), NaF and UDCA(ursodeoxycholic acid) against Major Periodontopathogens

Kim CK, Choi BK, Yoo YJ, Kim SN, Seok JK, Kim MM

The antibacterial efficacy of a mouthrinse(Denta Gargle) containing CPC(cetylpyridinium chloride), NaF and UDCA(ursodeoxycholic acid), on major periodontopathogens, was in vitro examined and compared with that of Listerine by a broth...
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The Effect of Treponema Denticola and Treponema Lecithinolyticum on Periodontal Ligament Cells

Jung JH, Choi BK, Moon IS, Cho KS, Chai JK, Kim CK

This study was investigated to observe the effect of Treponema denticola(TDC) and Treponema lecithinolyticum(TLC) on cultured human periodontal ligament cells. Several experiments were performed including MTT test for the inhibition...
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