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Investigating Mitochondrial Redox Potential with Redox-sensitive Green Fluorescent Protein Indicators*
Current methods for determining ambient redox potential in cells are labor-intensive and generally require destruction of tissue. This precludes single cell or real time studies of changes in redoxExpand
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The mandibular lingula's position in children as a reference to inferior alveolar nerve block.
PURPOSE The objective of this study was to evaluate the position of the mandibular lingula (ML) to provide data for inferior alveolar nerve block techniques in children. METHODS One hundredExpand
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Effect of pH variations in a cycling model on the properties of restorative materials.
This study evaluated the effect of cycling various pH demineralizing solutions on the surface hardness, fluoride release and surface properties of restorative materials (Ketac-Fil Plus, Vitremer,Expand
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In situ evaluation of the remineralizing capacity of pit and fissure sealants containing amorphous calcium phosphate and/or fluoride
Abstract Objective. This in situ study evaluated the remineralizing potential of pit and fissure sealants containing amorphous calcium phosphate (ACP) and/or fluoride in artificially induced cariousExpand
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Mineral trioxide aggregate but not light-cure mineral trioxide aggregate stimulated mineralization.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the subcutaneous response of rat connective tissue to light-cure MTA and Angelus MTA. These materials were placed in polyethylene and dentin tubes andExpand
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Alternative donor hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for sickle cell disease.
Most patients who could be cured of sickle cell disease (SCD) with stem cell transplantation do not have a matched sibling donor. Successful use of alternative donors, including mismatched familyExpand
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Optimizing the Tracking Efficiency for Cosmic Ray Muon Tomography
We have built a detector capable of locating high Z objects in the sampling (middle) region of the detector. As atomic number increases, radiation length rapidly decreases, yielding larger varianceExpand
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Forming the phosphate layer in reconstituted horse spleen ferritin and the role of phosphate in promoting core surface redox reactions.
Apo horse spleen ferritin (apo HoSF) was reconstituted to various core sizes (100-3500 Fe3+/HoSF) by depositing Fe(OH)3 within the hollow HoSF interior by air oxidation of Fe2+. Fe2+ and phosphateExpand
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Microhardness and fluoride release of restorative materials in different storage media.
This study evaluated the surface microhardness and fluoride release of 5 restorative materials - Ketac-Fil Plus, Vitremer, Fuji II LC, Freedom and Fluorofil - in two storage media:Expand
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Biochemical and microbiological characteristics of in situ biofilm formed on materials containing fluoride or amorphous calcium phosphate.
PURPOSE To evaluate the biochemical and microbiological characteristics of in situ biofilm formed on materials that release fluoride (F-) or calcium (Ca++) and phosphate (Pi). METHODS This studyExpand
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