Josefine Stoll

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The statistical association of certain anaerobic organisms such as black pigmented bacteroides (BPB) species and spirochetes with clinical signs of active periodontitis, i.e. bleeding upon probing and bone loss, suggests that the lesions may actually reflect a "specific infection" involving these or unidentified species. All the known oral species of BPB(More)
Taxonomic screening of subgingival plaque organisms with various enzyme assays have shown that Treponema denticola, Bacteroides gingivalis and an unspeciated Capnocytophaga species possess a trypsin-like enzyme (TLE) that can be detected by the hydrolysis of N-benzoyl-DL-arginine-2-naphthylamide (BANA). As these organisms can be considered to be(More)
Plaque samples from 22 ulcerated sites in eight patients with ANUG were cultured using quantitative anaerobic procedures and were examined microscopically. The partial characterization of the predominant cultivable flora revealed a constant flora comprised of a limited number of bacterial types and a variable flora composed of a heterogeneous array of(More)
The most commonly measured bacterial parameters in saliva are the levels of the mutans group streptococci and lactobacilli, which have diagnostic implications for the incidence of dental decay. Diagnostic guidelines which are applicable to children and young adults in whom most, if not all, teeth are present and in whom the rate of stimulated saliva is(More)
The development of diagnostic tests for a periodontal infection raises the issue as to what the appropriate reference standard, or "gold standard," should be for the evaluation of a new test. The present research was initiated to compare the ability of several detection methods, i.e., a serial dilution anaerobic culture and/or microscopic procedure, a DNA(More)
The association of bacteroides gingivalis, Bacteroides forsythus, Treponema denticola, and Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans among others with periodontal disease offers the opportunity for the development of diagnostic tests that are based upon the detection and/or quantification of one or more of these organisms or their by-products in the plaque.(More)
Treponema denticola, Porphyromonas (Bacteroides) gingivalis, and Bacteroides forsythus are among the anaerobic species frequently associated with adult forms of periodontal disease. These organisms hydrolyze the synthetic peptide benzoyl-DL-arginine-naphthylamide (BANA), and such enzyme activity can be detected in the plaque and related to clinical disease(More)
Stability of the trunk is relevant in determining trunk response to different loading in everyday tasks initiated by the limbs. Descriptions of the trunk's mechanical movement patterns in response to different loads while lifting objects are still under debate. Hence, the aim of this study was to analyze the influence of weight on 3-dimensional segmental(More)
The research aimed to investigate back pain (BP) prevalence in a large cohort of young athletes with respect to age, gender, and sport discipline. BP (within the last 7 days) was assessed with a face scale (face 1-2 = no pain; face 3-5 = pain) in 2116 athletes (m/f 61%/39%; 13.3 ± 1.7 years; 163.0 ± 11.8 cm; 52.6 ± 13.9 kg; 4.9 ± 2.7 training years; 8.4 ±(More)
Considerable data have accumulated which suggest that some or most forms of periodontal disease are specific, albeit chronic, bacteriological infections (1, 2). In most instances the plaque flora removed from infiamed sites are dominated by anaerobic organisms such as spi-rochetes, bacteroides and eubacterium species (1^). In some instances, the(More)