cariogenicity

car·i·o·ge·nic·i·ty

(kār'ē-ō-jĕ-nis'i-tē),
Potential for caries production.

car·i·o·ge·nic·i·ty

(kar'ē-ō-jĕ-nis'i-tē)
Potential for caries production.

car·i·o·ge·nic·i·ty

(kar'ē-ō-jĕ-nis'i-tē)
Potential for caries production.
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Erosive and cariogenicity potential of pediatric drugs: study of physicochemical parameters.
Biochemical composition and cariogenicity of dental plaque formed in the presence of sucrose or glucose and fructose.
The potential of dental caries to speak to chicha consumption lies in the reduced cariogenicity of the drink when compared to other preparations of maize.
Based on the [alpha]-amylase inhibitory activity of tea extracts, the hypothesis has been raised that this activity could be involved in the reduction of the cariogenicity of starch-containing foods [41, 42].
mutans to form biofilms contributes to its cariogenicity. However, it has been reported that the ability of S.
Cariogenicity of dental carries involves the adherence of bacteria on the tooth followed by the formation of glycocalyx, a sticky glucan that is synthesized by the action of the bacterial enzyme glucosyl transferase on sucrose (Ferrazzano et al, 2011).
The usefulness of caries frequency, depth, and location in determining cariogenicity and past subsistence: A test on early and later agriculturalists from the Peruvian Coast.
Physical and biochemical studies of Streptococcus mutans sediments suggest new factors linking the cariogenicity of plaque with its extracellular polysaccharide content.
The bacteria not only metabolize sugars to produce lactic acid that attacks the dental enamel, but also synthesize extracellular polysaccharides, mainly dextran, a component of the plaque, thus reinforcing cariogenicity of easily assimilated carbohydrates [6].
Study on properties of k strains support their lower cariogenicity (19) and its ability to survive for longer periods in blood, due to resistance to phagocytosis (48).