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0914826743
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Stephan E. Mergenhagen
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Amer Society for Microbiology; First edition (February 1, 1985)
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The two varieties of fimbriae identified on oral strains of actinomyces have distinct functional properties.

The two varieties of fimbriae identified on oral strains of actinomyces have distinct functional properties. The type 1 fimbriae of Actinomyces viscosus T14V mediate attachment to saliva-treated hydroxyapatite. Type 2 fimbriae-on A. viscosus and the only fimbriae detected on A. naeslundii WVU45-are associated with lectin activity.

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Molecular Basis of Oral Microbial Adhesion. American Society for Microbiology, Washington. Molecular Mechanisms of Microbial Adhesion. Springer-Verlag, New York.

Type 2 fimbrial lectin-mediated phagocytosis of oral Actinomyces spp. by polymorphonuclear leukocytes.

Oral streptococci are pioneer colonizers of the oral cavity and are abundant in dental .

Oral streptococci are pioneer colonizers of the oral cavity and are abundant in dental plaque (3 – 5). They are among the first species to colonize the newly erupted tooth and to attach to a salivary pellicle that forms on recently cleaned teeth (6). These bacteria likely facilitate the colonization of the dental biofilm by other species (3). There are many oral streptococcal commensal. Not only did mutation of abpA reduce biofilm formation, it also reduced growth of S. gordonii in human saliva (35).

In: Molecular basis of oral microbial adhesion. Characteristics of the adherence of oral Haemophilus species to an experimental salivary pellicle and to other bacteria. Washington, DC: American Society for Microbiology, pp. 3340. Embery G, Heany TG, Stansbury JB (1986). In: Molecular basis of oral microbial adhesion. 94-103. Liljemark WF, Fenner LJ, Bloomquist CG (1986).

Microbial adhesion is the basis of colonization and pathogenesis. 1. Molecular Base for Staphylococcal Biofilm Formation and Its Structure. The process of biofilm formation by staphylococci does not generally differ from the way of its creation by other microorganisms. Measurement of adhesion strength and the rate of adhesion inhibition contribute to the understanding of mechanisms of bacterial pathogenesis and control. 1 Measurement of Adhesion Strength.

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The human oral cavity harbors a complex microbial eco-system characterized by spatiotemporal variability in species composition. In S. E. Mergenhagen and B. Rosan (e., Molecular basis of oral microbial adhesion. American Society for Microbiology, Washington, . Despite this variability, consensus exists that supra- and subgingival dental plaques develop according to reproducible patterns. 4. Cisar, J. S. H. Curl, P. Kolenbrander, and A. Vatter. Specic absence of type 2 mbriae on a ive mutant of Actino-myces viscosus T14V.

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