Are bacterial toxins proteins, RECENT VIZUALIZATE
Source: Romanian Journal are bacterial toxins proteins Stomatology.
Author s : Florea, Lucian-Victor; Alecu, Silviu; Dumitriu, Anca; Dumitriu, Horia Traian Abstract: This study aims to evaluate the utility of the two modern periodontal diagnosis methods, the TOPAS test and the microbiological exam of the smear colored Gram and the adherence of the results obtained after using these tests so that we are able in the end to determine their role in the management of the periodontal disease. The TOPAS test represents a bisequential colorimetric toxicity test which is based on detecting two markers of the bacterial infection in the crevicular gingival fluid, that is the presence of the microbial toxins and the high level of proteins in the gingival sulcus liquid and the colorimetric interpretation of the obtained results.
The direct microscopic exam is a simple and efficient method, which demonstrates the fact that the modification of the subgingival flora composition from Gram-positive to Gram-negative has a pathological signification, aspect that can be observed by examining a Gram-colored smear.
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