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The researchers found that patients with periodontitis exhibited patterns of autoantigen hypercitrullination similar to those found in RA patients.

Reanalysis of a prior study found no interaction between Interleukin's PST test and preventive visits or association with the patient outcome of tooth extraction.

Interleukin's revenues fell by more than 50 percent year over year due to a decrease in deferred revenue recognized, but it trimmed its Q4 net loss.

The company raised $5 million in private financing and is borrowing $5 million.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A research team at the University of Buffalo has received a $4 million grant from the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research to use genomics and bioinformatics approaches to study the oral microbiome and how it may be involved in periodontal disease in

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Interleukin Genetics today announced it has received conditional approval from New York State to offer its genetic test for periodontal disease.

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The Plasmodium vivax parasite species behind most human malaria cases in Asia and Latin America can be traced back to Africa, where some ape species are still frequently afflicted with the parasite, according to a Nature Communications

Carpegen, a German company providing real-time PCR-based testing services to dental practices, this week unveiled a beta version of its benchtop, cartridge-based, sample-to-answer molecular diagnostics platform.

This article has been updated from an earlier version with additional comments from Eliot Lurier.
By Turna Ray

The partners will conduct a study of 4,000 patients to determine genetic factors that may lead to an increased risk for periodontitis.

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