The epithelial cell response to health and disease associated oral biofilm models

@inproceedings{Ramage2017TheEC,
  title={The epithelial cell response to health and disease associated oral biofilm models},
  author={Gordon Ramage and David Francis Lappin and Emma Millhouse and Javian Malcolm and Alvin Jose and Jianfei Yang and David J. Bradshaw and Jonathan Pratten and Shauna Culshaw},
  booktitle={Journal of periodontal research},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Different bacteria differentially stimulate epithelial cells. Biofilm composition and viability are likely to influence the epithelial response. In vitro model systems are commonly used to investigate periodontitis-associated bacteria and their interactions with the host; therefore, understanding factors that influence biofilm-cell interactions is essential. The present study aimed to develop in vitro monospecies and multispecies biofilms and investigate the epithelial… CONTINUE READING
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