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  • Title: Journal of Oral Microbiology
    Descriptive info: .. User.. Username.. Password.. Remember me.. Journal Content.. Search.. All.. Authors.. Title.. Abstract.. Index terms.. Full Text.. Browse.. By Volume.. By Author.. By Title.. Other Journals.. Keywords.. aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans.. antibiotics.. bacteria.. basic oral microbiology.. biofilm.. cancer.. cardiovascular disease.. caries.. cross-transmission.. diagnostics.. oral infections.. oral microbiology.. pathogenesis.. periodontal disease.. periodontitis.. porphyromonas gingivalis.. saliva.. streptococcus mutans.. subgingival biofilm.. virulence.. virulence factors.. Information.. For Readers.. For Authors.. For Librarians.. Home.. About.. Log In.. Register.. Current Volume.. Archives.. Announcements.. Editorial Board.. Author Guidelines.. Publication fee.. Indexing.. Thematic Clusters.. Support.. Latest Article:.. Antibiotic susceptibility of.. Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans.. JP2 in a biofilm.. Orit Oettinger-Barak, Stuart G.. Dashper, Deanne V.. Catmull, Geoffrey G.. Adams, Michael N.. Sela, Eli E.. Machtei, Eric C.. Reynolds.. (Published: 8 May 2013).. Porphyromonas gingivalis.. fimbriae.. Morten Enersen, Kazuhiko Nakano, Atsuo Amanao.. (Published: 6 May 2013).. : keeping the pathos out of the biont.. Carla Cugini, Vanja Klepac-Ceraj, Elze Rackaityte, James E.. Riggs, Mary E.. Davey.. (Published: 3 April 2013).. Read previously published articles.. here.. As the first Open Access peer-reviewed journal in its field,.. Journal of Oral Microbiology.. aims to be an influential source of knowledge on the aetiological agents behind oral infectious diseases.. Of particular relevance are papers dealing with pathogenesis, virulence, host-parasite interactions, and immunology of oral infections.. Moreover, papers suggesting improved strategies for treatment and prevention and new strategies where none exist are welcome, as well as work addressing the global agenda of oral infectious diseases.. Topics:.. oral infections, aetiologic agents, pathogenesis, systemic diseases, ecology/environmental microbiology,  ...   and follow its progression.. Retain copyright.. authors retain the non-commercial copyright to their own article; you are free to disseminate your work, make unlimited copies, deposit it in any repository, and more.. Personal service.. is published by a small yet global Open Access scholarly publisher dedicated to providing excellent service to authors.. Comply with archiving policies.. – authors can deposit.. any version.. of their manuscript in any required repository or archive, or post articles to their personal or institutional website.. Post-publication statistics.. – after publication, you can continue to login to the website and check the number of full-text views your paper is receiving.. Add supplementary material.. – you can add data sets, protocols, videos, questionnaires, etc to your article.. Journal of Oral Microbiology now archived in PubMed Central!.. As of April 27, 2011,.. is archived with PubMed Central, the free digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.. S.. National Institutes of Health (NIH).. Posted: 2011-04-27.. More.. ePub format available from 2011!.. Co-Action Publishing is pleased to announce the introduction of an EPUB format for all of our titles from 2011.. Posted: 2011-03-01.. Journal of Oral Microbiology (JOM) expands its aims and scope!.. Journal of Oral Microbiology (JOM).. expands its aims and scope to also include research on oral immunology and welcome several new editorial board members.. Posted: 2010-01-07.. More Announcements.. eISSN 2000-2297.. This journal is published under the terms of the.. Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.. 0 Unported License.. Responsible editor: Ingar Olsen..

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  • Title: Submissions
    Descriptive info: Submissions.. Online Submissions.. Submission Support.. Copyright Notice.. Privacy Statement.. Already have a Username/Password for Journal of Oral Microbiology?.. Go to Login.. Need a Username/Password?.. Go to Register.. Registration and login are required to submit items online and to check the status of current submissions.. Preparing for submission.. Submitted manuscripts should follow the recommendations stated in.. Uniform requirements for manuscripts submitted to biomedical journals.. In his/her covering letter, the corresponding author should reveal whether the submitted article – or very similar work - has been previously published, or orally presented, or is under consideration elsewhere.. Please note that the submitting author will be the principal contact for editorial correspondence, throughout the peer review and proofreading process, if applicable.. Plagiarism Detection.. Co-Action Publishing is a member of CrossCheck by CrossRef and iThenticate.. iThenticate is a plagiarism screening service that verifies the originality of content submitted before publication.. iThenticate checks submissions against millions of published research papers, and billions of web content.. Co-Action Publishing uses iThenticate to screen all submissions for plagiarism before publication, but authors, researchers and freelancers can also use iThenticate to screen their work before submission by visiting.. http://research.. ithenticate.. com.. Language.. All articles should be written in English - British or American as long as consistency is observed.. SI units should be used.. Please subject the manuscript to professional language editing before submitting the final version if you are not a native speaker.. Acknowledgements.. All contributors who do not meet the criteria for authorship should be listed in an acknowledgments section.. Examples of those who might be acknowledged include a person who provided purely technical help, writing assistance, or a department chairperson who provided only general support.. Financial and material support should also be acknowledged.. Conflict of interest and funding.. Authors are responsible for disclosing financial support from the industry or other conflicts of interest that might bias the interpretation of results.. Statistic validity.. If.. complicated.. statistical data are provided, the authors may be requested to submit a statement issued by a certified statistician regarding the validity of methods used.. Ethics and consent.. When reporting experiments on patients or animals, please indicate whether the procedures followed were approved by your local ethics committee and/or in accordance with the Helsinki Declaration of 1975, as revised in 2008 (.. http://www.. wma.. net/en/30publications/10policies/b3/17c.. pdf.. ).. The publication of an article in.. Journal of Oral Microbiology.. incurs a publication charge of €1200 per article excl.. VAT (Europe), $1585 (rest o the world) of up to seven typeset pages (A4).. For each additional typeset page a charge of €45/$60 is incurred.. It is customary that the author’s institution covers the publication costs for articles resulting from research undertaken at the institution, or that money has been earmarked in the grant or stipend the author has received to be able to carry out the research.. For a list of universitites/institutes and funders willing to pay your publication fee, please see.. this list.. The total sum will be charged to the author(s) upon acceptance of his/her article.. Review articles.. publishes reviews dealing with all aspects of oral microbiology and other fields of concern to oral microbiologists, such as immunology, according to its scope.. We invite authoritative and critical reviews of the current state of knowledge.. Historical analyses may be accepted if justified by the importance of the subject.. Manuscripts of lectures given at symposia and roundtables will not be accepted.. However, authors can discuss with the editor the possibility of using such material as a basis for preparing a review.. Authors are asked to address both clinical and/or basic microbiologists.. Reviews will undergo.. peer review.. Waivers.. We offer a complete or partial fee waiver on a case-by-case basis for individual authors or author groups who do not have funds to cover publication fees.. Please mail your request for a waiver to.. waivers@co-action.. net.. before.. submission of your manuscript.. Requests for waivers of the publication fee for manuscripts that have already gone through peer review or been typeset will.. not.. be granted.. Editors and reviewers have no access to author payment information, and inability to pay will therefore not influence the decision to accept your paper or not.. Withdrawal of manuscript.. If you withdraw your manuscript.. after.. it has been typeset (but not yet published) you will be charged for the peer review and typesetting costs, €50/$65 per page.. Open Access Key.. As a Co-Action Publishing author you are now able to manage your publication fee using Open Access Key (OAK).. Co-Action Publishing is one of the first publishers in the world to implement OAK, a unique new online payment platform designed to manage and consolidate author publication fees and connect authors to their universities, research funders or learned societies.. To register and start using Open Access Key, please visit.. openaccesskey.. Manuscript layout.. Wherever possible, the paper should follow the traditional layout.. : Introduction.. (motivation, problem identification and a short literature survey),.. present investigation.. (background, materials, subjects and results), and.. conclusion.. 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  • Title: Archives
    Descriptive info: Current Issue.. 2013.. Vol 5 (2013) incl Supplements.. 2012.. Vol 4 (2012) incl Supplements.. 2011.. Vol 3 (2011) incl Supplements.. 2010.. Vol 2 (2010) incl Supplements.. 2009.. Vol 1 (2009) incl Supplements.. 1 - 5 of 5 Items..

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  • Title: Browse Author Index
    Descriptive info: Browse Author Index.. A.. B.. C.. D.. E.. F.. G.. H.. I.. J.. K.. L.. M.. N.. O.. P.. Q.. R.. S.. T.. U.. V.. W.. X.. Y.. Z.. Aas, Jørn A.. Abesha-Belay, Emnet.. Abud-Mendoza, Carlos.. Adams, Geoffrey G.. , Melbourne Dental School, Oral Health CRC, Bio21 Institute, The University of Melbourne.. Al-Haroni, Mohammed.. , Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway.. Alfthan, Georg.. , Biomarker Laboratory, Department of Health and Functional Capacity, National Public Health Institute, Helsinki, Finland.. Almståhl, Annica.. Amanao, Atsuo.. , Department of Preventive Dentistry, Osaka University Graduate School of Dentistry.. An, Jonathan.. , University of Washington.. Antinheimo, Johanna.. ,  ...   , Tokyo Dental College.. Bakken, Vidar.. , The Gade Institute – Section for Microbiology and Immunology Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry University of Bergen.. Barbagallo, André.. Bedran, Telma Blanca Lombardo.. , Mrs.. : Department of Oral Diagnosis and Surgery, Araraquara Dental School, State University of São Paulo, Araraquara, SP, Brazil;.. Bélanger, Myriam.. , University of Florida.. Belibasakis, G.. N.. , Institute of Oral Biology, Center of Dental Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Zurich, Switzerland.. Bhat, K.. G.. Blomqvist, Susanne.. Brandtzæg, Per.. Buhlin, Kåre.. Cannon, Richard David.. Carlén, Anette.. Carrion, Julio.. Casarin, Renato C.. 1 - 25 of 249 Items.. 1.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10..

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  • Title: Browse Title Index
    Descriptive info: Browse Title Index.. Issue.. Porphyromonas endodontalis.. in chronic periodontitis: a clinical and microbiological cross-sectional study.. PDF.. HTML.. EPUB.. XML.. Telma Blanca Lombardo Bedran, Rosemary Adriana C.. Marcantonio, Rubens Spin Neto, Marcia Pinto Alves Mayer, Daniel Grenier, Luis Carlos Spolidorio, Denise Palomari Spolidorio.. Morten Enersen, Kazuhiko Nakano, Atsuo Amanao.. : a clonal pathogen?.. Diversities in housekeeping genes and the major fimbriae gene.. Morten Enersen.. Davey.. Treponema denticola.. interactions with host proteins.. Christopher Fenno.. A mechanism for extremely weak SpaP-expression in Streptococcus mutans strain Z1.. Yutaka Sato, Kazuko Okamoto-Shibayama, Toshifumi Azuma.. A member of the peptidase M48 superfamily of.. is associated with virulence.. in vitro.. and.. in vivo.. Sheila Walters, Myriam Bélanger, Paulo H.. Rodrigues, Joan Whitlock, Ann Progulske-Fox.. Analysis of microbiota associated with peri-implantitis using 16S rRNA gene clone library.. Tatsuro Koyanagi, Mitsuo Sakamoto, Yasuo Takeuchi, Moriya Ohkuma, Yuichi Izumi.. Reynolds.. Bacterial diversity in persistent periapical lesions on root-filled teeth.. Trude Handal, Dominique A.. Caugant, Ingar Olsen, Pia T.. Sunde.. Cardiovascular disease and the role of oral bacteria.. Shaneen J.. Leishman, Hong Lien Do, Pauline J.. Ford.. Characterization of extracellular polymeric matrix, and treatment of.. Fusobacterium nucleatum.. biofilms with DNase I and proteinase K.. Marwan Mansoor Ali Mohammed, Audun H.. Nerland, Mohammed Al-Haroni, Vidar Bakken.. Contaminated mouth swabs caused a  ...   K.. Childers, Suzanne M.. Michalek.. Distinctive features of the microbiota associated with different forms of apical periodontitis.. José F.. Siqueira, Isabela N.. Rôças.. Effect of the probiotic Lactobacilli reuteri (Prodentis) in the management of periodontal disease: a preliminary randomized clinical trial.. R.. Vivekananda, K.. L.. Vandana, K.. Bhat.. Expression levels of novel cytokine IL-32 in periodontitis and its role in the suppression of IL-8 production by human gingival fibroblasts stimulated with.. Kazuhisa Ouhara, Toshihisa Kawai, Marcelo J.. B.. Silva, Tsuyoshi Fujita, Kouichi Hayashida, Nadeem Y.. Karimbux, Mikihito Kajiya, Hideki Shiba, Hiroyuki Kawaguchi, Hidemi Kurihara.. Foreword - Note from the Editor-in-Chief.. Ingar Olsen.. General health screening as part of a periodontal examination.. Sarah L.. Raphael.. Genetic relatedness of subgingival and buccal.. Candida dubliniensis.. isolates in immunocompetent subjects assessed by RAPD-PCR.. Virginia Marta Jewtuchowicz, Maria Teresa Mujica, Maria Celina Malzone, Alicia Cuesta, Maria Lorena Nastri, Cristina Adela Iovannitti, Alcira Cristina Rosa.. Genetic relationships between Candida albicans strains isolated from dental plaque, trachea, and bronchoalveolar lavage fluid from mechanically ventilated intensive care unit patients.. Seok-Mo Heo, Robert S.. Sung, Frank A.. Scannapieco, Elaine M.. Haase.. Genomic comparison of invasive and rare non-invasive strains reveals Porphyromonas gingivalis genetic polymorphisms.. Svetlana Dolgilevich, Brian Rafferty, Darya Luchinskaya, Emil Kozarov.. 1 - 25 of 64 Items..

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  • Title: Search Results
    Descriptive info: Search Results.. Revise Search.. Tracking of plasma antibodies against.. during 15 years.. Laura Lakio, Johanna Antinheimo, Susanna Paju, Kåre Buhlin, Pirkko J.. Pussinen, Georg Alfthan.. 1 - 2 of 2 Items.. Search tips:.. Search terms are case-insensitive.. Common words are ignored.. By default only articles containing.. terms in the query are returned (i.. AND.. is implied).. Combine multiple words with.. OR.. to find  ...   queries; e.. archive ((journal OR conference) NOT theses).. Search for an exact phrase by putting it in quotes; e.. "open access publishing".. Exclude a word by prefixing it with.. -.. or.. NOT.. ; e.. online -politics.. online NOT politics.. Use.. *.. in a term as a wildcard to match any sequence of characters; e.. soci* morality.. would match documents containing "sociological" or "societal"..

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  • Title: Search Results
    Descriptive info: Multilevel analysis of clinical parameters in chronic periodontitis after root planing/scaling, surgery, and systemic and local antibiotics: 2-year results.. Ibrahimu Mdala, Anne D.. Haffajee, Sigmund S.. Socransky, Birgitte Freiesleben de Blasio, Magne Thoresen, Ingar Olsen, J.. Max Goodson.. 1 - 1 of 1 Items..

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  • Title: Search Results
    Descriptive info: Healthcare-associated viral and bacterial infections in dentistry.. M.. A.. Laheij, J.. O.. Kistler, G.. Belibasakis, H.. Välimaa, J.. J.. de Soet.. Rheumatoid arthritis and periodontitis inflammatory and infectious connections.. Review of the literature.. Rutger Persson.. Osteoradionecrosis contains a wide variety of cultivable and non-cultivable bacteria.. Jørn A.. Aas, Lars Reime, Kjetil Pedersen, Emenike R.. K.. Eribe, Emnet Abesha-Belay, Geir Støre, Ingar Olsen.. 1 - 5 of 5 Items..

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    Descriptive info: Transferrin as a source of iron for Campylobacter rectus.. Daniel Grenier, Shin-ichi Tanabe..

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    Descriptive info: The role of viruses in oral disease.. Bjørn Grinde, Ingar Olsen..

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