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Analysis of bacterial communities of infected primary teeth in a Mexican population

dc.contributor.authorSalas López, Enid Karina
dc.contributor.authorCasas Flores, J. Sergio
dc.contributor.authorLópez Lozano, Nguyen Esmeralda
dc.contributor.authorLayseca Espinosa, Esther
dc.contributor.authorGarcía Sepúlveda, Christian Alberto
dc.contributor.authorNiño Moreno, Perla del Carmen
dc.contributor.authorPozos Guillén, Amaury de Jesús
dc.identifier.citationSalas-López EK, Casas-Flores S, López-Lozano NE, Layseca-Espinosa E, García-Sepúlveda CA, Niño-Moreno PdC, et al. Analysis of bacteri al communities of infected primary teeth in a Mexican population. Med Oral Patol Oral Cir Bucal. 2020 Sep 1;25 (5):e668-74.
dc.description.abstract"Background: The objective of this study was to describe the bacterial communities associated with pediatric patients with endodontic infections of temporal teeth by targeting the 16S rRNA gene using pyrosequencing. Material and Methods: Microbiological samples were obtained from the lower primary molars of thirteen 13 pediatric patients with dental infections. An aspiration method for microbiological sampling was used. The identification of microbiota employing the pyrosequencing method by targeting the 16S gene was performed. Results: Ribosomal 16S RNA gene sequences were amplified, obtaining a total of 16,182 sequences from 13 primary infected molars (13 different individuals) by pyrosequencing. Bacteroidetes phyla (35.15%) were the most abundant followed by Firmicutes (33.3%) and Fusobacteria (10.05%); the presence of specific pathogenic bacteria was determined as well. Conclusions: The infected root canal of primary teeth contains a high diversity of anaerobic bacteria, and Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, and Fusobacteria phyla were the most abundant; Prevotella and Streptococcus genera were the most prevalent."
dc.publisherMedicina Oral S.L
dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internacional
dc.subjectDeciduous teeth
dc.subjectOral bacterial microbiota
dc.subject16S Rrna
dc.subject.classificationMEDICINA Y CIENCIAS DE LA SALUD
dc.titleAnalysis of bacterial communities of infected primary teeth in a Mexican population
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