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THE ROLE OF H2O2 AND THE LACTOPEROXIDASE-SCN--H2O2 SYSTEM ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN 2 BACTERIA ORIGINATING FROM HUMAN DENTAL PLAQUE, STREPTOCOCCUS-RATTUS (MUTANS) BHT AND STREPTOCOCCUS-MITIOR LPA-1, GROWN ON HUMAN-TEETH IN AN ARTIFICIAL MOUTH

DONOGHUE, HD; PERRONS, CJ; HUDSON, DE; (1985) THE ROLE OF H2O2 AND THE LACTOPEROXIDASE-SCN--H2O2 SYSTEM ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN 2 BACTERIA ORIGINATING FROM HUMAN DENTAL PLAQUE, STREPTOCOCCUS-RATTUS (MUTANS) BHT AND STREPTOCOCCUS-MITIOR LPA-1, GROWN ON HUMAN-TEETH IN AN ARTIFICIAL MOUTH. ARCH ORAL BIOL , 30 (7) 519 - 523.

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Title:THE ROLE OF H2O2 AND THE LACTOPEROXIDASE-SCN--H2O2 SYSTEM ON THE INTERACTION BETWEEN 2 BACTERIA ORIGINATING FROM HUMAN DENTAL PLAQUE, STREPTOCOCCUS-RATTUS (MUTANS) BHT AND STREPTOCOCCUS-MITIOR LPA-1, GROWN ON HUMAN-TEETH IN AN ARTIFICIAL MOUTH
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Medical Sciences > Infection and Immunity (Division of)

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