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EVALUATION OF EFFICACY OF COENZYME Q 10 IN MANAGEMENT OF GINGIVITIS & SLIGHT PERIODONTITIS-A CLINICAL STUDY

@inproceedings{Pitale2012EVALUATIONOE,
  title={EVALUATION OF EFFICACY OF COENZYME Q 10 IN MANAGEMENT OF GINGIVITIS \& SLIGHT PERIODONTITIS-A CLINICAL STUDY},
  author={Unnati Pitale and Shaleen Khetarpal and Kalpak Prafulla Peter and Vishnu Pal and Esha Verma and Puneet Gupta},
  year={2012}
}
Periodontal disease is an inflammatory disease process, resulting from the interaction of a bacterial attack and host inflammatory response. Arrays of molecules are considered to mediate the inflammatory response including free radicals and reactive oxygen species (ROS). Periodontal pathogens can induce ROS overproduction and thus may cause collagen and periodontal cell breakdown. When ROS are scavenged by antioxidants, there can be a reduction of collagen degradation. Ubiquinone (reduced form… 

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