Brigitte Wever

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The cell envelope of mycobacteria, a group of Gram positive bacteria, is composed of a plasma membrane and a Gram-negative-like outer membrane containing mycolic acids. In addition, the surface of the mycobacteria is coated with an ill-characterized layer of extractable, non-covalently linked glycans, lipids and proteins, collectively known as the capsule,(More)
By means of clinical and experimental control studies in partly adjustable individual articulators, it was tested how exact an apparatus has to be in order to ensure a reliable clinical diagnosis of periodontal disease. In the clinical as well as the experimental part of the studies, it was possible to demonstrate that the intra-alveolar movement of the(More)
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