Saliva: a potential media for disease diagnostics and monitoring.

  title={Saliva: a potential media for disease diagnostics and monitoring.},
  author={Jingyi Liu and Yixiang Duan},
  journal={Oral oncology},
  volume={48 7},
Within the past 10 years, the use of saliva as a diagnostic tool has gained considerable attention and become a well-accepted method. As a diagnostic fluid, saliva offers superiority over serum due to both a noninvasive collection method by specially trained persons and a cost-effective approach for screening of large populations. Collection of saliva offers a reduced risk of infection compared to the collection of serum. Moreover, obtaining saliva samples from infant, disabled or anxious… CONTINUE READING
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