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Shift in the subgingival microbiome following scaling and root planing

in generalized aggressive periodontitis


Guojing Liu, Xiaoqian Yu (2017)


Scaling and root planing decreased periodontal pathogens in the

subgingival microbiota of patients with GAgP. However, the shift in the microbiota

composition was characterized by the expansion of pathogen-related components and

the contraction of non-pathogen-related components 6 weeks after SRP.


Shift in the subgingival microbiome following scaling and root planing in generalized aggr
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