Researchers discover cellular messengers communicate with bacteria in the mouth

Study authors Dr. David Wong, professor of oral biology and associate dean for research at the UCLA School of Dentistry, and Dr. Wenyuan Shi, chief executive officer and chief science officer at the Forsyth Institute, an oral health research institute in Cambridge, Massachusetts, asked the question of whether our RNA -- the cellular messengers -- can communicate with harmful bacteria in the mouth.

Researchers discover cellular messengers communicate with bacteria in the mouth

A new UCLA-led study provides clear evidence that cellular messengers in saliva may be able to regulate the growth of oral bacteria responsible for diseases, such as periodontitis and meningitis.

Tue 8 May 18 from Medical Xpress

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Cellular messengers communicate with bacteria in the mouth

Cellular messengers in saliva may be able to regulate the growth of oral bacteria responsible for diseases, such as periodontitis and meningitis. A new study suggests that a body's cellular ...

Tue 8 May 18 from ScienceDaily

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