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Viable human buccal mucosa cells do not yield typical nucleoids: Impacts on the single-cell gel electrophoresis/comet assay
(Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis, 2006-03-01) [Artigo]
Buccal mucosa (BM) cells have been used in human biomonitoring studies for detecting DNA adducts and chromosomal damage in an epithelial cell population. In the present study, we have investigated if human BM cells are ...
Biocompatibility of glass-ionomer cements using mouse lymphoma cells in vitro
(Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 2006-12-01) [Artigo]
Glass-ionomer cements are widely used in dentistry as restorative materials and adhesives for composite restorations. A number of genotoxicity studies have been conducted using these materials with results conflicting so ...
Evaluation of genetic damage in human peripheral lymphocytes exposed to mineral trioxide aggregate and Portland cements
(Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 2006-03-01) [Artigo]
Mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA) and Portland cement are being used in dentistry as root-end-filling material for periapical surgery and for the sealing of communications between the root canal system and the surrounding ...