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Incidence and distribution of immunocytes in the murine oral mucosa.
- M. Lacasse, A. Collet, W. Mourad, N. Deslauriers
- Biology, Medicine
- Advances in experimental medicine and biology
Specific mucosal defense mechanisms involve the mobilization of the secretory immune system. Even in a healthy individual, secretory immunity is involved in host-bacterial interactions at colonized… Expand
The Minor Salivary Gland Network in Experimental Oral Candidosis
Candida albicans-is an opportunistic pathogen capable of infecting many mucous membranes in humans including the oral mucosa. In order to achieve successful colonization, C. albicans must overcome… Expand
In situ detection of Candida albicans using oral mucosal imprints
Abstract Candida albicans is a common commensal organism of the human mouth and can cause superficial infections when Candida overgrowth occurs. A sampling technique of the oral mucosa was devised… Expand
The Mark II Red and Blue Agent Control Systems for the RAND Strategy Assessment Center
Abstract : This Note describes the second-generation 'Mark II' version of the Rand Strategy Assessment Center's Red and Blue Agents. These agents are models representing the behavior of the Soviet… Expand