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Root caries--a rat model

, : Root caries--a rat model. Zahn-, Mund-, und Kieferheilkunde Mit Zentralblatt 77(7): 655-658

A increasing alveolar bone loss and typical root surface caries were reproduced after defined co-inoculation of germfree Wistar rats with S. mutans and A. viscosus. The gnotobiotic rats were re-conventionalized and performed a gingivectomy on the right upper jaw at the beginning of the 12 week experiment.


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