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Erratum: Antimicrobial Effects of Oleanolic Acid, Ursolic Acid, and Sophoraflavanone G against Enterococcus faecalis and Propionibacterium acnes

Jo E, Choi MH, Kim HS, Park SN, Lim YK, Kang CK, Kook JK

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Reactive Oxygen Species and Nitrogen Species Differentially Regulate Neuronal Excitability in Rat Spinal Substantia Gelatinosa Neurons

Lee HI, Park AR, Chun SW

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) and nitrogen species (RNS) are implicated in cellular signaling processes and as a cause of oxidative stress. Recent studies indicate that ROS and RNS are important...
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Glucosamine Inhibits Lipopolysaccharide-induced Inflammatory Responses in Human Periodontal Ligament Fibroblasts

Kim ED, Park HJ, Baek JH

Glucosamine is commonly taken by the elderly without prescription as a nutritional supplement to attenuate the progression or symptoms of osteoarthritis. Previous studies demonstrated that glucosamine shows anti-inflammatory effects in...
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Molecular Identification of Bacterial Species Present on Toothbrushes

Kwon YW, Lee SY

Toothbrushes play an essential role in oral hygiene. However, they can be significant in microbial transmission and can increase the risk of infection, since they can serve as a reservoir...
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Characterization of an Extracytoplasmic Chaperone Spy in Protecting Salmonella against Reactive Oxygen/Nitrogen Species

Park YM, Lee HJ, Bang IS

Antimicrobial actions of reactive oxygen/nitrogen species (ROS/RNS) derived from products of NADPH oxidase and inducible nitric oxide (NO) synthase in host phagocytes inactivate various bacterial macromolecules. To cope with these...
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Antimicrobial Activity of Mulberry Leaf against Mutans Streptococci and Periodontopathogens

Park SN, Lim YK, Cho E, Jo E, Park PS, Kook JK

This study investigated the antimicrobial activity of methanol extract of mulberry leaf against 16 strains of mutans streptococci and four species of periodontopathogens: Porphyromonas gingivalis, Prevotella intermedia, Fusobacterium nucleatum, and...
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NaF-induced Autophagy on SCC25 Human Tongue Squamous Cell Carcinoma Cells

Kang JM, Lee BY, Kim IR, Kim YH, Yu SB, Park HR, Park BS

Fluoride has been accepted as an important material for oral health and is widely used to prevent dental caries in dentistry. However, its safety is still questioned by some. Autophagy...
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Alteration of Hydroxyapatite Surface after Tooth Bleaching with Nonthermal Atmospheric Pressure Plasma

Nam SH, Lee HJ, Hong JW, Kim GC

Nonthermal atmospheric pressure plasma has attracted great interest for biomedical applications. The plasma consists of charged particles, radicals, and a strong electric field as the fourth state of matter. This...
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Comparison of Various Transfection Methods in Human and Bovine Cultured Cells

Jin L, Kim D, Roh S

Transfection is a gene delivery tool that is a popular means of manipulating cellular properties, such as induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) generation by reprogramming factors (Yamanaka factors). However, the...
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Identification of Antimicrobial Peptide Hexamers against Oral Pathogens through Rapid Screening of a Synthetic Combinatorial Peptide Library

Song JS, Cho KJ, Kim J, Kim JH

A positional scanning synthetic peptide combinatorial library (PS-SCL) was screened in order to identify antimicrobial peptides against the cariogenic oral bacteria, Streptococcus mutans. Activity against Streptococcus gordonii and Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans...
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