Can insoluble polysaccharide concentration in dental plaque, sugar exposure and cariogenic microorganisms predict early childhood caries? A follow-up study

Can insoluble polysaccharide concentration in dental plaque, sugar exposure and cariogenic microorganisms predict early childhood caries? A follow-up study

T. M. Parisotto, R. Stipp, L. K. A. Rodrigues, R. O. Mattos-Graner, L. S. Costa, M. Nobre-dos-Santos

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Insoluble polysaccharide (IP) has been associated with caries prevalence in young children. However, the power of IP to predict ECC needs to be demonstrated. To assess the relationships between early childhood caries (ECC) and extracellular insoluble polysaccharides (IP) in dental plaque, sugar...

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CONSELHO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO CIENTÍFICO E TECNOLÓGICO - CNPQ

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Can insoluble polysaccharide concentration in dental plaque, sugar exposure and cariogenic microorganisms predict early childhood caries? A follow-up study

T. M. Parisotto, R. Stipp, L. K. A. Rodrigues, R. O. Mattos-Graner, L. S. Costa, M. Nobre-dos-Santos


										

Can insoluble polysaccharide concentration in dental plaque, sugar exposure and cariogenic microorganisms predict early childhood caries? A follow-up study

T. M. Parisotto, R. Stipp, L. K. A. Rodrigues, R. O. Mattos-Graner, L. S. Costa, M. Nobre-dos-Santos

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    Archives of oral biology

    Vol. 60, no. 8 (Aug., 2015), p. 1091-1097