Infection and Immunity Fun Lab
To date, the team has conducted research on a range of dental infections and diseases. Recent achievements include the development of a novel model for the pathogenesis of periodontitis; the development of a novel model for the pathogenesis of oral lichen planus infection; the investigation of the role of oral bacteria in the development of chemotherapy-induced oral mucositis; and the description of novel biomarkers and therapeutic targets for Sjogren's syndrome.
Keywords: CHEMOTHERAPY-INDUCED ORAL MUCOSITIS; DENTAL INFECTIONS; EPITHELIAL BARRIER FUNCTION IN HEALTH AND DISEASE; INFECTION AND IMMUNITY; ORAL HEALTH; PATHOGENESIS OF ORAL LICHEN PLANUS; PATHOGENESIS OF PERIODONTITIS; ROLE OF ORAL BACTERIA; SJOGREN'S SYNDROME; THERAPEUTIC APPLICATIONS
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: December 1, 2018
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