MMP3 and TIMP1 variants contribute to chronic periodontitis and may be implicated in disease progression

MMP3 and TIMP1 variants contribute to chronic periodontitis and may be implicated in disease progression

A. Letra, R.M. Silva, R.J. Rylands, E.M. Silveira, A.P. De Souza, S.K. Wendell, G.P. Garlet, A.R. Vieira

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Aim Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) play a key role in the tissue destruction characteristic of chronic periodontitis. The purpose of this study was to investigate the association of MMP and TIMP polymorphisms with chronic periodontitis in two populations. Material and Methods A total of 34...

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MMP3 and TIMP1 variants contribute to chronic periodontitis and may be implicated in disease progression

A. Letra, R.M. Silva, R.J. Rylands, E.M. Silveira, A.P. De Souza, S.K. Wendell, G.P. Garlet, A.R. Vieira


										

MMP3 and TIMP1 variants contribute to chronic periodontitis and may be implicated in disease progression

A. Letra, R.M. Silva, R.J. Rylands, E.M. Silveira, A.P. De Souza, S.K. Wendell, G.P. Garlet, A.R. Vieira

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    Journal of clinical periodontology

    Vol. 39, no. 8 (Aug., 2012), p. 707-716