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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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The ultra-structure and hardness of the transparent layer of human carious dentin Journal of Dental Research 1983 Jan; 62(1): 7-10.
Considering these facts, there is a great need to identify and assess the situation of undergraduate medical and dental research in the context of availability of opportunities and barriers faced by students in carrying out a research study.
On January 1, 1962, the dental division of the school was completely reorganized and renamed the US Army Institute of Dental Research (USAIDR).
Later, in the mid 20th century dental research was carried out largely in University facilities when dentists, often young, spent years supported by fellowships and stipends following their own interests.
The study was presented at the last meeting of the International Association for Dental Research, July 2008 in Toronto.
Critical thinking; understanding and evaluating dental research, 2d ed.
presented the findings at a meeting of the International Association for Dental Research (IADR) in New Orleans in March.
This study builds upon earlier research published in the Journal of Dental Research, where scientists discovered that cells treated with cranberry juice showed significantly less inflammation than cells that were not treated.
Details of the joint research will be presented at the 84th General Session & Exhibition of International Association for Dental Research.
It is also said to use the latest nutriceutical and sublingual dental research to maximise the properties of its natural ingredients.
Blackwell said that it now publishes nine out of the top 20 dental journals ranked by impact factor and one quarter of all dental research articles.
This investigation was supported, in part, by USPHS Research Grant DE11789 to the American Dental Association Foundation from the National Institutes of Health--National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research and is part of the dental research program conducted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology in cooperation with the American Dental Association Foundation.