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This information is current as the Oral Microbiota and α Disease in Mice : Involvement of TNF-Experimental Arthritis Triggers Periodontal

@inproceedings{Silva2011ThisII,
  title={This information is current as the Oral Microbiota and $\alpha$ Disease in Mice : Involvement of TNF-Experimental Arthritis Triggers Periodontal},
  author={A. Silva and G. D. Souza and M. Teixeira and Tarc{\'i}lia and Cunha Sousa and G. Garlet and Da-zhen Da and Costa and R. L. C. Bessoni and L. da and Madeira and F. Coelho and M. F. Moreira},
  year={2011}
}

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