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RESEARCH ARTICLE

Action of the Salivary Microorganisms having Sorbitol as Substratum

Mateus Rodrigues Tonetto, Marcelo Ferrarezi de Andrade, José Roberto Cury Saad, Shilpa H Bhandi, Célia Regina Maio Pinzan-Vercelino, Fabrício Reskalla Amaral, Monica Barros da Silva, Elida Lucia Ferreira Assunção, Michel Nicolau Youssef

Citation Information : Tonetto MR, de Andrade MF, Saad JR, Bhandi SH, Pinzan-Vercelino CR, Amaral FR, Silva MB, Assunção EL, Youssef MN. Action of the Salivary Microorganisms having Sorbitol as Substratum. World J Dent 2014; 5 (4):218-222.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10015-1293

Published Online: 00-12-2014

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Amaral FR, Tonetto MR, Pinzan- Vercelino CRM, da Silva MB, Assunção ELF, Bhandi SH, de Andrade MF, Youssef MN, Saad JRC. Action of the Salivary Microorganisms having Sorbitol as Substratum. World J Dent 2014;5(4):218-222.


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