Items where Division is "Faculty of Dentistry > Dept of Oral Biology" and Year is 2012

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Arzmi, M.H.; Razak, F.A.; Musa, M.Y.; Harun, W. (2012) Effect of phenotypic switching on the biological properties and susceptibility to chlorhexidine in Candida krusei ATCC 14243. Fems Yeast Research, 12 (3). pp. 351-358. ISSN 1567-1356

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Chan, H.H.; Rahim, Z.H.; Jessie, K.; Hashim, O.H.; Taiyeb-Ali, T.B. (2012) Salivary proteins associated with periodontitis in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 13 (4). ISSN 1422-0067

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Fathilah, A.R.; Himratul-Aznita, W.H.; Fatheen, A.R.N.; Suriani, K.R. (2012) The antifungal properties of chlorhexidine digluconate and cetylpyrinidinium chloride on oral Candida. Journal of Dentistry, 40 (7). pp. 609-615. ISSN 0300-5712

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Kawas, S.A.; Rahim, Z.H.A.; Ferguson, D.B. (2012) Potential uses of human salivary protein and peptide analysis in the diagnosis of disease. Archives of Oral Biology, 57 (1). pp. 1-9. ISSN 00039969

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Sadatullah, S.; Mohamed, N.H.; Razak, F.A. (2012) The antimicrobial effect of 0.1 ppm ozonated water on 24-hour plaque microorganisms in situ. Brazilian Oral Research, 26 (2). pp. 126-131. ISSN 1806-8324

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Zakir, H.M. (2012) Cannabinoids facilitate the swallowing reflex elicited by the superior laryngeal nerve stimulation in rats. Plos One.

Zakir, H.M. (2012) Induction of the swallowing reflex by electrical stimulation of the posterior oropharyngeal region in awake humans. Dysphagia.

Zakir, H.M. (2012) The effect of minocycline on the masticatory movements following the inferior alveolar nerve transection in freely moving rats. Molecular Pain.

Zakir, H.M.; Mostafeezur, R.M.; Suzuki, A.; Hitomi, S.; Suzuki, I.; Maeda, T.; Seo, K.; Yamada, Y.; Yamamura, K.; Lev, S.; Binshtok, A.M.; Iwata, K.; Kitagawa, J. (2012) Expression of TRPV1 channels after nerve injury provides an essential delivery tool for neuropathic pain attenuation. PLoS One.

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