Email: d. This sets out the research agenda to generate the evidence for a strategy that will reduce inequalities in oral health within a generation. In addition to addressing a key IADR research priority, the dataset provides an instrument to measure oral health status and treatment outcomes in general dental practice. This is aligned with the principle of value-based healthcare that takes into account outcome measures that matter to patients.
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Email: d. This sets out the research agenda to generate the evidence for a strategy that will reduce inequalities in oral health within a generation. In addition to addressing a key IADR research priority, the dataset provides an instrument to measure oral health status and treatment outcomes in general dental practice.
This is aligned with the principle of value-based healthcare that takes into account outcome measures that matter to patients. Structure and function of oral mucosa : focused on the structural and functional nature of the protective barrier of oral mucosa and the effects of environmental agents on its integrity. Mucosal disease, with special reference to HIV infection : I was the convenor of the international workshop that characterised the oral mucosal lesions definitively associated with HIV infection.
This classification has been adopted universally. Mucosal response to Porphyromonas gingivalis : focused on the interaction between this key periodontal pathogen and host neutrophils, keratinocytes and fibroblasts. This research was recognised by the International Association for Dental Research in through a Distinguished Scientist Award, the most prestigious that the Association can confer.
Ed Glick M. Quintessence Publishing. The Oral Health Atlas. ISBN: Adv Dent Res 23 2 : Host-pathogen interactions and the development of oral lesions; basic science aspects. Oral Diseases 7 supplement 2: Oral Diseases: 3 supplement 1. Mucocutaneous conditions affecting the mouth. Ed G Seifert. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg. Structural aspects of Aging in the Oral Mucosa. Permeability of oral mucosa and skin with age. Published by Medical Science Research, St. Oxford University Press.
Published by Science Reviews Ltd. Published by Laegeforeningens Forlag, Copenhagen, pp Medical and Technical Press Limited, pp Home Back to home. Study Areas of study Foundation courses Biological and biomedical sciences Business and management Chemical sciences Comparative literature Computer and data science Dentistry Drama Economics and finance Engineering English Film studies Geography and environmental science Global health History Law Linguistics Materials science Mathematics Medicine Modern languages and cultures Physics and astronomy Politics and international relations Psychology.
Accommodation City campuses Student life The London advantage. Institute of Dentistry - Barts and The London. Institute of Dentistry People Profiles. Prior to The Oral Mucosa in Health and Disease Structure and function of oral mucosa : focused on the structural and functional nature of the protective barrier of oral mucosa and the effects of environmental agents on its integrity. Mucosal response to Porphyromonas gingivalis : focused on the interaction between this key periodontal pathogen and host neutrophils, keratinocytes and fibroblasts This research was recognised by the International Association for Dental Research in through a Distinguished Scientist Award, the most prestigious that the Association can confer.
Saliva in studies of epidemiology of human disease: the UK Biobank project. Hyderabad declaration Oral Diseases Supp 1.
Oral health needs assessment world-wide in relation to HIV. Themes: Oral health needs and inequalities, oral health promotion, coordinating research and enhancing dissemination in relation to HIV- a workshop report. Oral Diseases Suppl 1: A new definition for oral health developed by the FDI World Dental Federation opens the door to a universal definition of oral health.
J Amer Dent Ass Nature India Special Issue: S Adv Dent Res. Accepted for publication 17 January Billions with oral disease: A global health crisis — a call to action.
DOI: Brit Dent J 9 : The role of the dental team in promoting health equity. Brit Dent J Characterizing the immunological effects of oral healthcare ingredients using an in vitro reconstructed human epithelial model.
Food and Chemical Toxicology Global Oral Health Inequalities: the research agenda. Reducing Inequalities in Oral Disease. Saliva, Diagnostics and Dentistry. Haematinic deficiency in recurrent aphthous stomatitis: its prevalence and response to treatment. Nuclear targeting of Porphyromonas gingivalis W50 protease in epithelial cells. Infect Immun 70 : Permeability barrier properties of oral keratinocyte cultures: a model of intact human oral mucosa.
Oral Dis 7 Short-term exposure to alcohol increases the permeability of human oral mucosa. The cribriform features of adenoid cystic carcinoma and polymorphous low-grade adenocarcinoma: cytokeratin and integrin expression.
Annals of Diagnostic Pathology 5 : The effect of sodium lauryl sulphate, triclosan and zinc on the permeability of normal oral mucosa. J Submicrosc Cytol Pathol 32 A polymeric system for the intra-oral delivery of an anti- fungal agent. The effect of a sodium lauryl sulfate-free dentifrice on patients with recurrent oral ulceration.
Oral Dis 5 : An immunohistochemical study of keratin expression in ameloblastoma from a Kenyan population. Infection and Immunity 67 Bromodeoxyuridine incorporation and Ki 67 expression in oral hairy leukoplakia. Oral Dis 4 : Oral Dis 3 suppl 1: SS Oral Dis 3 Suppl 1: SS J Oral Path Med 26 : Int J Oral Maxillofac Surg 26 : Br J Dermatol : J Pathol : Patologis Mex 34 : New Engl J Med : Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg ; 33 : Classification and diagnostic criteria for oral lesions in HIV infection.
J Oral Pathol Med 22 : J Clin Periodontol 22 : Cell Growth Diff 6 : An immunohistochemical and ultrastructural study. Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg 33 : J Oral Pathol Med ; 23 : Intensive Care Med ; 20 1 : J Gen Virol 75 : J Periodont Res 27 : J Oral Pathol Med 20 : Brit Dent J : Arch Oral Biol 36 : J Esthet Dent 3 : Molec Aspects Med J Oral Pathol Med 19 : Arch Oral Biol 35 : Brit Den J :
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The method is faster and shows greater reproducibility than Bjerknes' standard technique using propidium iodide-stained Candida albicans , conventionally applied to the leukocytic layer of peripherial blood but here modified for HCPB. Key-words: Phagocytosis. Flow cytometry. Latex particles. Candida albicans. The phagocytic capacity of granulocytes 11 was until recently quantitated by extracting the leukocytic layer of peripheric blood, incubating it with Candida albicans and estimating phagocytosis through staining and examination under the light microscope The introduction of flow cytometry led to the development of more objective methods: in , Bjerknes 5 described such a method using Candida albicans , with similar sensitivity to that obtained using the classical method.