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Oral bacteria in placental tissues: increased molecular detection in pregnant periodontitis patients

Source: Oral Diseases (2015)


The objective of this study was to identify the DNA of oral bacteria in placental samples from women with and without periodontitis who had or had not had preterm births and/or low birthweight.


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