periodontopathic

per·i·o·don·to·path·ic

(perē-ō-dontō-pathik)
Denotes that which causes pathologic states in the peridontium. It typically describes bacteria that cause periodontal disease.
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Antimicrobial effect of linalool and a-terpineol against periodontopathic and cariogenic bacteria.
[24.] How KY, Song KP, Chan KG (2016) Porphyromonas gingivalis: An Overview of Periodontopathic Pathogen below the Gum Line.
However, it is used off-label in clinical practice for subgingival irrigation to reduce periodontopathic bacteria within periodontal pockets.
This includes periodontopathic bacteria and the activity of their outer membrane vesicles (OMV) (See Table 5), the interaction of these OMV with ECs (See Table 6), the interaction of bacterial fimbriae with ECs (See Table 7), the bacterial interaction with cytosolic pathogen recognition receptors (PRR) in ECs as well as leukocytes175 (See Table 8).
Arce, "Occurrence of periodontopathic and superinfecting bacteria in chronic and aggressive periodontitis subjects in a Colombian population," Journal of Periodontology, vol.
Ito, "Detection of periodontopathic bacteria and an oxidative stress marker in saliva from periodontitis patients," Oral Microbiology and Immunology, vol.
Ito et al., "Influence of titanium ions on cytokine levels of murine splenocytes stimulated with periodontopathic bacterial lipopolysaccharide," The International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants, vol.
Antibacterial Activity of Curcumin Against Periodontopathic Bacteria.