Oral Biology at the Turn of the Century: Misconceptions, Truths, Challenges and Prospects Congress, Interlaken, August 1998 (30th Birthday of the European Research Group for Oral Biology, ERGOB). (Paperback)S. Shapiro (editor), B. Guggenheim (editor)
Paperback 296 Pages / Published: 13/04/1999
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The swift pace of research in oral biology during the past decade has made it difficult to gain a comprehensive overview even in this narrow field. `Oral Biology at the Turn of the Century' contains the lectures and summaries of discussion sessions held at the international symposium commemorating the thirtieth anniversary of the European Research Group on Oral Biology (ERGOB) in Interlaken. It is a timely volume presenting exciting insights on the epidemiology of oral diseases, orofacial patterning and regeneration, host-microbial interactions, the role of saliva in health and disease, and future strategies for controlling and engineering processes in the oral cavity. This publication, providing a summary of contemporary oral biology based on the latest techniques in epidemiology and molecular and cellular biology, will be very valuable to both clinicians and researchers.
Publisher: S Karger AG
Number of pages: 296
Weight: 200 g
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