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Fig. 2. From: Candidate salivary biomarkers associated with alveolar bone loss: cross-sectional and in vitro studies.

Effect of protease inhibitors added incubated 1 h at room temperature on biomarker detection in whole saliva. Results are expressed as mean channel fluorescence of each biomarkers added at 500 pg mL−1 (n = 3). Statistically significant reductions are indicated compared to PBS-TBN control.

Patricia Yen Bee Ng, et al. FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol. ;49(2):252-260.
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Fig. 1. From: Candidate salivary biomarkers associated with alveolar bone loss: cross-sectional and in vitro studies.

Effect of parotid saliva and whole saliva on detection of biomarkers. Results are expressed as mean channel fluorescence detected of each biomarker added at 500 pg mL−1 in PBS-TBN, whole saliva or parotid saliva (n = 3). Statistically significant reductions are indicated compared to PBS-TBN control.

Patricia Yen Bee Ng, et al. FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol. ;49(2):252-260.
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Fig. 3. From: Candidate salivary biomarkers associated with alveolar bone loss: cross-sectional and in vitro studies.

Results are expressed as mean channel fluorescence detected of each biomarker added at 500 pg mL−1 in PBS-TBN, whole saliva or parotid saliva (n = 3). Detection of the cytokines tested after saliva samples were incubated at different time points were not significantly different. Statistically significant reductions are indicated compared to PBS-TBN control.

Patricia Yen Bee Ng, et al. FEMS Immunol Med Microbiol. ;49(2):252-260.

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