Elution of monomers from three different bonding systems and their antibacterial effect

@article{Polydorou2012ElutionOM,
  title={Elution of monomers from three different bonding systems and their antibacterial effect},
  author={O. Polydorou and Philipp Rogatti and R. Bolek and M. Wolkewitz and K. Kümmerer and E. Hellwig},
  journal={Odontology},
  year={2012},
  volume={101},
  pages={170-176}
}
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the release of monomers from three bonding systems and to correlate it with their antibacterial effect. Three bonding systems (Optibond FL®, Xeno III® and Clearfil™ Protect Bond) were tested after storage in ethanol 75 % and human saliva. Twenty samples (n = 10/medium) of each bonding material were prepared and polymerized according to the manufacturers’ instructions. Each sample was stored in 1 ml of the respective storage medium. The medium was… Expand
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