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Name:   Joseph Zambon
Affiliation:  Interim Dean/Professor, Department of Periodontics and Endodontics, State University of New York at Buffalo
 Professor, Department of Oral Biology, State University of New York at Buffalo
Degree(s):  PhD, State University of New York, Buffalo, Oral Biology, 1984
 DDS, State University of New York, Buffalo, 1974
 BS, St. John Fisher College, Biology, 1973
Communities:  Dentistry
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32 Co-Authors
810 2nd Level Co-Authors
23144 3rd Level Co-Authors
529 Departmental Colleagues
Expertise:   Periodontics, Oral microbiology.

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"Effects of smoking and smoking cessation on healing after mechanical periodontal therapy." Journal of the American Dental Association (1939) 128, No. 5 1997, pp. 599-607.
GrossiS G; ZambonJ; MachteiE E; SchifferleR; AndreanaS; GencoR J; CumminsD; HarrapG
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compared to former and nonsmokers, suggesting that smoking impairs periodontal healing. As the healing and microbial response of former smokers is comparable to that of nonsmokers, smoking cessation...This study investigated the effect of cigarette smoking on 143 patients' clinical

"Molecular cloning and expression of antigens from Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans in Escherichia coli." Archives of oral biology 35 Suppl 1990, pp. 85S-91S.
SundayG J; ZambonJ J; GencoR J

"Rapid identification of Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans based on analysis of 23S ribosomal RNA." Oral microbiology and immunology 7, No. 6 1992, pp. 372-5.
PreusH R; SundayG J; HaraszthyV I; ZambonJ J
From Abstract:
Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans is a key microorganism in the pathogenesis of several different forms of periodontal diseases. Identification of this bacterium from clinical specimens may often be complicated by the fact that the colony morphology on TSBV selective medium closely resembles

"Media- and method-dependent variations in minimal inhibitory concentrations of antiplaque agents on oral bacteria" Letters in Applied Microbiology 43, No. 3 2006, pp. 256-261.
HaraszthyV. I.; ReynoldsHS; SreenivasanPK; SubramanyamR.; CumminsD.; ZambonJJ

"Effects of immunization with B. macacae on induced periodontitis -- preliminary findings." Immunological Investigations 18, No. 1-4 1989.
AlbiniB.; NisengardR.; BlannD.; GencoRJ; OgraPL; ZelonisL.; McHenryK.; WeiserM. M.; ReynoldsH.; ZambonJ.
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This preliminary study examined the effects of immunization with Bacteroides macacae , the monkey equivalent of the human species of B. gingivalis on ligature-induced periodontitis. During a 12 week immunization period, 8 out of the 12 Macacae fasicularis monkeys were immunized weekly with B
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