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Some Conditions that Effect the Odor Concentration of Breath
A method whereby the odor intensity of breath, lung air, and the odors derived from the mouth could be determined was described, which gave a significant mathematical term that could be used for statistical analysis.
A New Approach to the Problem of Dental Caries Control
The results of this experiment showed conclusively that dental caries was materially reduced by simply cleaning the mouth immediately after eating, and one of the most effective ways of preventing dentalCaries would be by the use of enzyme inhibitors.
Chemical Studies in Periodontal Disease III
It has been shown that saliva from individuals suffering from periodontal disturbances will putrefy more rapidly than the saliva from individuals with normal periodontal tissues (1). The small
Solubility of Tooth Enamel in Saliva At Various pH levels
Various attempts have been made to study the effect of acids on decalcification of tooth enamel. Head (1) showed that saliva had a neutralizing power on acid phosphate solution in its decalcifying
Chemical Studies on Periodontal Disease—I
Most of the research concerning periodontoclasia has been primarily clinical, bacteriological, or histo-pathological in nature, with little emphasis on the exact chemical reactions that occur during the progress of the disease.
The antipeptic influence of gastric mucin
1. The immediate “antipeptic” effect of commercial gastricmucin (pH controlled) is about 20%. After 3 hours incubation in vitro this effect is lost.