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A new in vitro method for evaluating the antimicrobial activity of toothpaste

Lim YK, Kook JK

The purpose of this study was to introduce a new in vitro method for evaluating the antimicrobial activity of toothpaste, reflecting the actual toothbrushing time and the dilution of toothpaste...
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Methanol extracts of Asarum sieboldii Miq. induces apoptosis via the caspase pathway in human FaDu hypopharynx squamous carcinoma cells

Lee SA, Park BR, Kim CS

Asarum sieboldii Miq. (Aristolochiaceae) is a perennial herbaceous plant and has been used as traditional medicine for treating diseases, cold, fever, phlegm, allergies, chronic gastritis, and acute toothaches. Also, it...
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Expression patterns of Rho-associated protein kinase signaling pathway-related genes in mouse submandibular glands

Kim KC, Roh S

Salivary glands are exocrine glands that secrete saliva into the oral cavity, and secreted saliva plays essential roles in oral health. Therefore, maintaining the salivary glands in an intact state...
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Autophagy: a lysosomal degradation process for cellular homeostasis and its relationship with oral squamous cell carcinoma

Jung J, Kim J, Kim JH

Autophagy is an evolutionarily well-conserved cellular homeostasis program that responds to various cellular stresses and degrades unnecessary or harmful intracellular materials in lysosomes. Accumulating evidence has shown that autophagy dysfunction...
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New conceptual approaches toward dentin regeneration using the drug repositioning strategy with Wnt signaling pathways

Lee ES, Kim TY, Aryal YP, Kim K, Byun S, Song D, Shin Y, Lee D, Lee J, Jung G, Chi S, Choi Y, Lee Y, An CH, Kim JY

This study summarizes the recent cutting-edge approaches for dentin regeneration that still do not offer adequate solutions. Tertiary dentin is formed when odontoblasts are directly affected by various stimuli. Recent...
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