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Longitudinal study of cariostatic effects of sodium trimetaphosphate and sodium fluoride when fed separately and together in diets of rats



Longitudinal study of cariostatic effects of sodium trimetaphosphate and sodium fluoride when fed separately and together in diets of rats



Journal of Dental Research 48(2): 183-191



Rats 10 days pregnant were given a cariogenic diet, with either 1.31% Na3(PO3)3, 0.011% NaF (50 ppm F-) or both. Two days after birth the ears of the young were tattooed to identify littermates, then they were interchanged so that each mother nursed young derived from the others. Some young were killed at 20 days old. The others were weaned at 21 days and put on the same diets as their foster mothers. Some from each group were killed at 40, 60, 80 and 100 days and their teeth were examined.

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DOI: 10.1177/00220345690480020401



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