Role of periodontal pathogenic bacteria in RANKL-mediated bone destruction in periodontal disease

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Mikihito Kajiya; Gabriela Giro; Martin A. Taubman; Xiaozhe Han; Marcia P.A. Mayer; Toshihisa Kawai;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
  • Journal: Journal of Oral Microbiology,volume 2 (issn: 2000-2297, eissn: 2000-2297)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3402/jom.v2i0.5532, pmc: PMC3084575
  • Subject: Review Article | RC109-216 | RANKL | bone resorption | Infectious and parasitic diseases | Microbiology | QR1-502 | periodontal pathogenic bacteria | osteoimmunology

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