Streptococcus salivarius

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Strep·to·coc·cus sa·li·va·ri·us

a bacterial species found in the human mouth, throat, and nasopharynx, and associated with dental disease.

Strep·to·coc·cus sa·li·va·ri·us

(streptŏ-kokŭs sal-varē-ŭs)
Bacteria present in plaque biofilm that may result in endocarditis and dental decay.
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A companion organism has been identified that provides additional oral health support to S.
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Then immediately initiate daily use of a lozenge containing S.
A randomized, controlled clinical trial was performed among a group of adults to determine the effects of S.
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