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    • Host response mechanisms in periodontal diseases 

      Silva, Nora; Abusleme Ramos, Loreto Andrea; Bravo, Denisse; Dutzan Muñoz, Nicolás; García Sesnich, Jocelyn; Vernal Astudillo, Rolando; Hernández, Marcela; Gamonal Aravena, Jorge Antonio (Univ Sao Paulo Fac Odontologia Bauru, 2015)
      Periodontal diseases usually refer to common inflammatory disorders known as gingivitis and periodontitis, which are caused by a pathogenic microbiota in the subgingival biofilm, including Porphyromonas gingivalis, ...
    • Host-pathogen interactions in progressive chronic periodontitis 

      Hernández Ríos, Emma; Dutzan Muñoz, Nicolás; García Sesnich, Jocelyn; Abusleme Ramos, Loreto Andrea; Dezerega Piwonka, Andrea; Silva Steffens, Nora; González Bergas, Fermín; Vernal Astudillo, Rolando; Sorsa, T.; Gamonal Aravena, Jorge Antonio (Sage, 2011-10)
      Periodontitis is an infection characterized by the occurrence of supporting tissue destruction with an episodic nature. Disease progression is often determined by the loss of attachment level or alveolar bone, and sequential ...
    • Transplantation-Associated Long-Term Immunosuppression Promotes Oral Colonization by Potentially Opportunistic Pathogens without Impacting Other Members of the Salivary Bacteriome 

      Díaz, Patricia I.; Hong, Bo Young; Frias Lopez, Jorge; Dupuy, Amanda K.; Angeloni, Mark; Abusleme Ramos, Loreto Andrea; Terzi, Ioannidou; Ioannidou, Effie; Strausbaugh, Linda D.; Dongari Bagtzoglou, Anna (American Society for Microbiology, 2013)
      Solid-organ transplant recipients rely on pharmacological immunosuppression to prevent allograft rejection. The effect of such chronic immunosuppression on the microflora at mucosal surfaces is not known. We evaluated the ...