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TY - JOURT1 - Elucidating role of salivary proteins in denture stomatitis using a proteomic approach AU - Bencharit, Sompop AU - Altarawneh, Sandra K. Here we proposed for the first time to define salivary proteomic profiles of denture wearers with and without DS.
Let us try to understand why there is no general agreement and why there is a need to have a consensus?
The proteomic content gives evidence of the interaction between host tissue, saliva, and candida. AU - Barros, Silvana AU - Loewy, Zvi AU - Offenbacher, Steven PY - 2012Y1 - 2012N2 - Denture stomatitis (DS) is the most common oral pathology among denture wearers, affecting over one-third of this group. The presence of a denture alone is usually sufficient for DS.
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Here we proposed for the first time to define salivary proteomic profiles of denture wearers with and without DS.