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Histological study on the effects of lactobacillus drinks to human teeth (IV). Changes in the occlusal surfaces of rat molars caused by the drinks



Histological study on the effects of lactobacillus drinks to human teeth (IV). Changes in the occlusal surfaces of rat molars caused by the drinks



Koku Eisei Gakkai Zasshi 31(5): 5-16




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