Cytotoxicity and the effect of cationic peptide fragments against cariogenic bacteria under planktonic and biofilm conditions

Cytotoxicity and the effect of cationic peptide fragments against cariogenic bacteria under planktonic and biofilm conditions

P.F. Kreling, K.L. Aida, L. Massunari, K.S. Caiaffa, C. Percinoto, T.B.L. Bedran, D.M.P. Spolidorio, G.F. Abuna, E.M. Cilli, C. Duque

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This study evaluated the cytotoxicity and effect of fragments derived from three oral cationic peptides (CP): LL-37, D6-17 and D1-23 against cariogenic bacteria under planktonic and biofilm conditions. For cytotoxicity analysis, two epithelial cell lines were used. The minimum inhibitory...

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Cytotoxicity and the effect of cationic peptide fragments against cariogenic bacteria under planktonic and biofilm conditions

P.F. Kreling, K.L. Aida, L. Massunari, K.S. Caiaffa, C. Percinoto, T.B.L. Bedran, D.M.P. Spolidorio, G.F. Abuna, E.M. Cilli, C. Duque


										

Cytotoxicity and the effect of cationic peptide fragments against cariogenic bacteria under planktonic and biofilm conditions

P.F. Kreling, K.L. Aida, L. Massunari, K.S. Caiaffa, C. Percinoto, T.B.L. Bedran, D.M.P. Spolidorio, G.F. Abuna, E.M. Cilli, C. Duque

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    Biofouling: the journal of bioadhesion and biofilm research

    Vol. 32, no. 9 (Aug., 2016), p. 995-1006