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|Systems Theory and Cooperative Bacteria|
|Systems thinking in biology||p. 3|
|Metagenomics and its applications to human bacterial diseases||p. 21|
|Periodontitis: The Clinical Disease|
|Periodontitis: a modern clinical picture||p. 33|
|Plaque microbiology in (periodontal) health and disease||p. 59|
|Population mo... MORE||p. 77|
|Mechanisms linking periodontitis to systemic disease||p. 97|
|The impact of diabetes-enhanced inflammation on periodontal disease and bone destruction||p. 117|
|Periodontitis: Coping with The Microbiota|
|The microbiota of humans||p. 129|
|The normal oral microbiota||p. 139|
|Bacterial coaggregation and periodontitis||p. 151|
|Dynamics of biofilm formation and relationship to periodontitis||p. 165|
|Quorum sensing as a means of biofilm communication||p. 177|
|Genomics of Porphyromonas gingivalis||p. 193|
|Genomics of Fusobacterium nucleatum||p. 205|
|The Aggregatibacter (formerly Actinobacillus) actinomycetemcomitans genomeannotation, analysis and metabolic reconstruction||p. 219|
|Periodontitis: Innate and Acquired Immunity|
|A new view of innate immunity for the twenty-first century||p. 247|
|Innate immunity and homeostasis in the periodontium||p. 263|
|Antimicrobial host defence peptides in oral health and periodontitis||p. 279|
|Control of inflammation in periodontal disease||p. 299|
|Antigen-presenting cells in chronic periodontitis||p. 317|
|B-cell responses in periodontitis||p. 339|
|T-cell responses in periodontitis||p. 357|
|Periodontitis: Bone Destruction|
|Current paradigms of osteoblast-osteoclast interactions and bacterial pathogen-induced bone resorption||p. 379|
|Bacterial osteolytic mediators||p. 395|
|Immune cell involvement in periodontal bone loss||p. 407|
|How can periodontal bone loss be stopped?||p. 427|
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Michael A Curtis is Professor of Microbiology and Director of the Institute of Cell and Molecular Science at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry.
Robert M Seymour is Professor in the UCL Department of Mathematics, University College London.
Professor Nikos Donos is Director of Research Strategy and Head of Periodontology at UCL Eastman Dental Institute, University College London.