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Caries Res (1994) 28 (4): 291–296.
Published Online: 24 November 2009
...S. Kashket; T. Yaskell; J.E. Murphy There is considerable evidence for an association between dental caries and food starches. However, the intraoral utilization of starch may be quite complex, giving rise to conflicting results. Demineralization induced by unsweetened cookies was examined...
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Caries Res (1993) 27 (5): 394–401.
Published Online: 20 November 2009
...P. Lingström; D. Birkhed; Y. Granfeldt; I. Björck The aim was to study the effect of different starch-containing food items on pH changes in dental plaque. The pH was, in 10 subjects, simultaneously measured at various occasions up to 60 min in: (1) two approximal spaces in the premolar-molar...
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Caries Res (1985) 19 (2): 136–144.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
...F. Brudevold; D. Goulet; A. Tehrani; F. Attarzadeh; J. van Houte The ability of cooked starch (CS) and raw starch (RS)to cause intraoral enamel demineralization was determined by the iodide permeability (Ip) test which registers demineralization of enamel by an increase in Ip (+ Δ Ip...
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Caries Res (1988) 22 (4): 246–249.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
... Cariogenicity test, intraoral Cheese Starch Clinical Science Caries Res 1988:22:246-249 © 1988 S. Karger AG. Basel 0008-6568/88/0224-0246 $ 2.75/0 Effects of Cheese, Breadcrumbs, and a Breadcrumb and Cheese Mixture on Microhardness of Bovine Dental Enamel in Intraoral Experiments M.E. Thomson Department...
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Caries Res (1988) 22 (4): 204–209.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
...F. Brudevold; D. Goulet; F. Attarzadeh; A. Tehrani Six subjects wore intraoral devices carrying bovine enamel blocks covered with a layer of Streptococcus mutans . They swished solutions of 5% glucose or maltose, or sols or gels of 3, 5, 10, 15, or 20% gelatinized wheat starch in the mouth for 3...
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Caries Res (1988) 22 (5): 288–296.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
...-cariogenic, producing a very low level of caries, similar to that on a maize starch regimen and significantly below that on a sucrose regimen. At 16% in the diet D -sorbitol was even less cariogenic than Lycasin. Compared with the sucrose control, the reductions in caries scores were 89% on the sorbitol...
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Caries Res (1987) 21 (5): 464–473.
Published Online: 18 November 2009
...A.J. Rugg-Gunn; A.F. Hackett; D.R. Appleton Data from a longitudinal, observational study of diet and dental caries were analysed to assess the relative cariogenicity of starch and sugars. The correlation between 2-year DMFS caries increment and weight of daily intake of sugars was positive...
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Caries Res (1983) 17 (4): 353–356.
Published Online: 17 November 2009
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. α-Amylase inhibitor α-Glucosidase inhibitor Rat caries test Starch Sucrose Caries Res. 17: 353-356 ( 1983) © 1983 S. Karger AG. Basel 0008-6568/83/0174-0353 $2.75/0...
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Caries Res (1980) 14 (6): 441–447.
Published Online: 17 November 2009
.... Cariogenic diet Dental caries Glucose Rodents Starch Streptococcus mutans Sucrose Caries Res. 14: 441-447 (1980) Cariogenicity of Glucose, Sucrose and Amylopectin in Rats and Hamsters Infected and Noninfected with Streptococcus mutans D. Birkhed, G. Frostell and C. J. Lamm Department of Cariology...
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Caries Res (1978) 12 (5): 250–255.
Published Online: 17 November 2009
...D. Birkhed; G. Frostell Four groups of Wistar rats, 10–12 animals per group, were fed a diet containing: (1) sucrose, 56%; (2) highly hydrolysed starch hydrolysate (Lycasin®), 32%, and unmodified starch, 24%; (3) slightly hydrolysed Lycasin, 32%, and unmodified starch, 24%, and (4) unmodified...
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Caries Res (1970) 4 (3): 193–199.
Published Online: 13 November 2009
...N. Jacobsen; A. Hensten-Pettersen A micromodification of Somogyi’s starch-iodine colour method for determination of α-amylase in media from salivary gland tissue cultures, as well as homogenates of such tissues and in saliva, is described. The method was based on photometric determination...
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Caries Res (2009) 43 (1): 17–24.
Published Online: 09 January 2009
...S. Aizawa; H. Miyasawa-Hori; K. Nakajo; J. Washio; H. Mayanagi; S. Fukumoto; N. Takahashi This study evaluated acid production from cooked starch by Streptococcus mutans , Streptococcus sobrinus , Streptococcus sanguinis and Streptococcus mitis , and the effects of α-amylase inhibitors...
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Caries Res (2008) 42 (5): 380–386.
Published Online: 10 September 2008
...C.P. Aires; A.A. Del Bel Cury; L.M.A. Tenuta; M.I. Klein; H. Koo; S. Duarte; J.A. Cury The cariogenicity of starch alone or in combination with sucrose is controversial and the effect on dentine demineralization and on the dental biofilm formed has not been explored under controlled conditions...
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Caries Res (2002) 36 (6): 417–422.
Published Online: 12 December 2002
... Starch Original Paper Caries Res 2002;36:417 422 DOI: 10.1159/000066530 Received: July 10, 2001 Accepted after revision: May 27, 2002 Evaluation of the Cariogenic Potential of Cassava Flours from the Amazonian Region J.M. Rebelo Vieiraa M.A.B. Rebeloa J.A. Curyb aFaculty of Health Sciences, Federal...
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Caries Res (2000) 34 (1): 75–81.
Published Online: 17 December 1999
..., quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Bread Glycemic index Humans Plaque pH Starch Original Paper Caries Res...
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Caries Res (1998) 32 (3): 233–238.
Published Online: 01 April 1998
... amylase was similarly inhibited by tea decoctions. Fluoride was without effect on amylase. Since salivary amylase hydrolyzes food starch to low molecular weight fermentable carbohydrates, experiments were carried out to determine whether tea decoctions would interfere with the release of maltose in food...