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Saliva as a Diagnostic Fluid

David B. Ferguson ; Sveučilište AIMST, Kedah, Malezija

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 211 Kb

str. 77-82

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Puni tekst: engleski pdf 211 Kb

str. 77-82

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The ease by which saliva may be collected from most subjects and the non-invasive nature of the collection have suggested to many research workers that it should provide a more suitable fluid than blood for diagnostic tests. The possibilities were reviewed in a paper given during the Oral Biology Symposium after the meeting of the International Association for Dental Research in Holland in 1986. Subsequent reviews during the last century added little to the conclusions of that paper. In this twenty first century, however, new methods of analysis have led to new possibilities and renewed interest in the diagnostic applications of saliva samples. Some of these were reviewed in a symposium at the IADR meeting in 2004, published in Advances in Dental Research the following year. Even more recently, the New York Academy of Sciences hosted a symposium, published in their Annals in 2007. This publication describes new and exciting advances in diagnostic methods using very small volumes of saliva.

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saliva, diagnosic tests, routine

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