Gingival epithelium

Known as: Epithelium of gingiva 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2015
2015
Periodontitis is the chronic inflammatory destruction of periodontal tissues as a result of bacterial biofilm formation on the… (More)
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2013
2013
BACKGROUND It has been shown that cigarette smoking as well as diabetes mellitus can produce cytomorphometric alterations in oral… (More)
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2013
2013
BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to develop and characterize standardized in vitro three-dimensional organotypic models of… (More)
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2008
2008
BACKGROUND Smoking causes an increase in the thickness of gingival epithelium, which is the outcome of increased keratinocyte… (More)
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2007
2007
The objective of this study was to find the sites with proliferative activity in the human gingival epithelium, where stem cells… (More)
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2006
2006
Gingival innate immunity has been studied by using biopsies and normal or transformed epithelial cell monolayers. To overcome… (More)
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2004
2004
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE As the periodontal lesion develops, the junctional epithelium migrates apically in conjunction with the… (More)
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2000
2000
Epidermal keratinocytes thrombomodulin (TM) has been shown to regulate thrombin at sites of cutaneous injury in addition to a… (More)
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1998
1998
The attachment of the marginal gingiva to the tooth surface is mediated by a thin nonkeratinized epithelium termed the junctional… (More)
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1979
1979
Proteoglycans extracted from human gingival epithelium appear to contain a proportion of molecules that will interact with… (More)
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