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Posted at Jan 10, 2015 by MG

Research discovers role of previously uncultivable bacteria in oral disease » dental-tribune.com

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According to biology experts, there are ten times more bacterial cells living in the human body than human cells. However, it is estimated that half of these bacteria are very difficult to replicate and they have thus not been researched in detail. Now, a new study has provided insights into bacterial resistance and the role of these uncultivable bacteria in the progression of periodontitis and other diseases.

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