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Genetics : An Insight to Periodontal Disease

@inproceedings{Bushra2017GeneticsA,
  title={Genetics : An Insight to Periodontal Disease},
  author={Dr. Bushra and Dr. M. L. Bhongade and Dr. Pranav S Patil and Dr Priti Charde},
  year={2017}
}
Periodontal disease is a complex infectious disease resulting from interplay of bacterial infection and host response to bacterial challenge, and the disease is modified by environmental, acquired risk factors and genetic susceptibility. Molecular and Epidemiological studies of the oral microbial flora suggest that, microbial factors responsible for periodontal disease, alone cannot predict the presence or severity of the disease. Therefore, in high-risk patient groups, host susceptibility… 

[Connection Between Genetic Polymorphism of Interleukin -1Beta With Chronic Periodontitis in Peruvian Adults].

The presence of allele 2 in the polymorphism of IL-1B and the positive genotype (2-2) confers greater risk for the development of chronic periodontitis in the population of Peruvian adults under study.

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