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Polyphenols and oral health

@inproceedings{Lolayekar2012PolyphenolsAO,
  title={Polyphenols and oral health},
  author={Nikita Lolayekar and Chaitanya Shanbhag},
  year={2012}
}
Introduction: Polyphenols (PPs) are reactive metabolites abundant in plant derived foods, especially fruits, seeds and leaves. Polyphenols exert preventive a... 
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