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Odontolyticus X363 1 55 Rothia dentocariosa X599 X347 1 I 0 0 Arachnia propionica W857 1 41 "Data is expressed as percent adsorption relative to the adsorption of strain T14 V. * The presence or absence of surf ace fimbriae is indicated by + A ; strains with <10fimbriae per cell width are indicated by ±. ^These strains possessed a microcapsule surrounding the cell and its associated fibrils. , Infecí. Immun. ) Α. viscosus: Adherence to Teeth 41 TABLE IL Adsorption Inhibition of A. viscosus Strain T14V by Anti-strain Τ 14 V Sera Preadsorbed with Selected Actinomyces Strains.
Although consistent with results reported for water soluble mitogen from Nocardia (Gmelig-Meyling and Waldmann, 1981),these findings need further confirmation. , 1980). The role of Epstein-Barr virus, a well-known human PBA, needs further clarification. Embedded into such an abundance of stimuli, oligoclonal and polyclonal ones, from oral microorganisms, it is fair to ask:(i) What normally controls these lymphocytes from unrestricted proliferation, differentiation, and antibody-production? and (ii) Once the control system(s) fails which molecular pathomechanisms are involved in the destruction of soft and hard periodontal tissues?