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In addition to dental calculus and coprolites, other sources of host-associated microbes in the historical record may provide additional information, but they are not as abundant, and therefore fewer studies have explored their potential.
Hardy added that by extracting material from samples of ancient dental calculus they have found that rather than being a nuisance in the past, its value as a food, and possibly its abundant medicinal qualities were known.
Multilevel model of logistic regression analysis of sites with dental calculus, Brazil, 2005 Standard error Adjusted Variable Estimate (SE) odds ratio Individual level: Gender Female 0.
Upon examination of the oral cavity, there was caries (most children had at least one decayed tooth), dental calculus, gingivitis and fluorosis.
Gingival recession, gingival bleeding, and dental calculus in adults 30 years of acts and older in the United States, 1988-1994.
Adolescents perceive that a large number of decayed and un-treated teeth, severe gingivitis, and the presence of dental calculus are reasons to need dental treatment (1).
Ancient DNA and proteins extracted from archaeological dental calculus will be analysed using state-of-the-art proteomics and metagenomics approaches at the Centre for GeoGenetics, by high-resolution mass spectrometry and high-throughput DNA sequencing-by-synthesis methods.
Study of bacterial viability within human supragingival dental calculus.
By extracting chemical compounds and microfossils from dental calculus (calcified dental plaque) from ancient teeth, the researchers were able to provide an entirely new perspective on our ancestors' diets.
They applied shotgun DNA sequencing to dental calculus for the first time.
Multilevel model of logistic regression analysis of sites with dental calculus, Brazil, 2005 Variable Estimate Standard Adjusted error (SE) odds ratio Individual level: Gender Female 0.
The presence of dental calculus was evaluated dichotomically (present or absent) in the buccal, palatinal/lingual or occlusal surfaces.