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Oppenheim, FrankPerson Why?
Evidence of intact histatins in the in vivo acquired enamel pellicle.Academic Article Why?
Acquired enamel pellicle and its potential role in oral diagnostics.Academic Article Why?
Identification of in vivo pellicle constituents by analysis of serum immune responses.Academic Article Why?
Identification of protein components in in vivo human acquired enamel pellicle using LC-ESI-MS/MS.Academic Article Why?
Nanoscale adhesion forces between enamel pellicle proteins and hydroxyapatite.Academic Article Why?
Small molecular weight proteins/peptides present in the in vivo formed human acquired enamel pellicle.Academic Article Why?
Compositional analysis of human acquired enamel pellicle by mass spectrometry.Academic Article Why?
Identification of protein components in human acquired enamel pellicle and whole saliva using novel proteomics approaches.Academic Article Why?
Saliva and dental pellicle--a review.Academic Article Why?
New in vitro model for the acquired enamel pellicle: pellicles formed from whole saliva show inter-subject consistency in protein composition and proteolytic fragmentation patterns.Academic Article Why?
Electron-microscopic demonstration of proline-rich proteins, statherin, and histatins in acquired enamel pellicles in vitro.Academic Article Why?
Effect of SDS on protein adsorption to hydroxyapatite in vitro and on pellicle formation in vivoAcademic Article Why?
Statherin is an in vivo pellicle constituent: identification and immuno-quantification.Academic Article Why?
Dental PellicleConcept Why?
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