The oral microbiome diversity and its relation to human diseases

@article{He2014TheOM,
  title={The oral microbiome diversity and its relation to human diseases},
  author={Jinzhi He and Yan Li and Yangpei Cao and Jin Yu Xue and Xuedong Zhou},
  journal={Folia Microbiologica},
  year={2014},
  volume={60},
  pages={69-80}
}
As one of the most clinically relevant human habitats, the human mouth is colonized by a set of microorganisms, including bacteria, archaea, fungi, and viruses. Increasing evidence has supported that these microbiota contribute to the two commonest oral diseases of man (dental caries and periodontal diseases), presenting significant risk factors to human health conditions, such as tumor, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, bacteremia, preterm birth, and low birth weight in infants. It… CONTINUE READING

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