Oral Microbial Communities and Oral Health
Nomura, Yoshiaki (editor)
More than 700 species of bacteria are involved in the oral cavity. Specific pathogenic bacteria have been focused on as pathogenic bacteria for oral disease: dental caries and periodontal disease. However, these pathogenic bacteria occupy a tiny fraction of the overall oral microbiome. A high throughput genomic analysis system was developed. This technology innovation enables analysis of the whole bacteria. It is hypothesized that disturbance of the oral microbiome, so-called dysbiosis, leads to the development of some diseases. This book provides knowledge concerning recent advances in the oral microbiome for researchers as well as dental clinicians.
Keywordsoral microbiome; core microbiome; centenarian; next-generation sequencing; pyrosequencing; elderly; black stain; oral microbiota; Neisseria; Porphyromonas; Streptococcus; Molar-incisor malformation; complication; microbiome; pathogenesis; localized tooth-related periodontitis; periodontitis; Down syndrome; polymerase chain reaction; microbiota; gingivitis; silver diamine fluoride; SDF; silver fluoride; AgF; biofilm; plaque; early childhood caries; core microbiota; Streptococcus mutans; biofilms; demineralization; oral disease; systemic disease; genome-wide analysis; personalized medicine; next generation sequence; clinical application
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
Research & information: general
Biology, life sciences