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Oxygen, Dysox, and Biofilms

Majid Ali, M.D.  Biofilms are microbial tribes abiding by Darwinian imperatives—adapting to dynamic changes in the oxygen order and availability of their growth requirements in their microecologic conditions. Oral dysoxygenosis is the state in which oxygen homeostasis is regionally disrupted by local conditions in the mouth. Mercury from dental amalgams appears to be one of the most, if not the

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