Diagnostic accuracy of IL1β in saliva: the development of predictive models for estimating the probability of the occurrence of periodontitis in non-smokers and smokers.

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Summary of "Diagnostic accuracy of IL1β in saliva: the development of predictive models for estimating the probability of the occurrence of periodontitis in non-smokers and smokers."

To obtain salivary interleukin (IL) 1β-based models to predict the probability of the occurrence of periodontitis, differentiating by smoking habit.


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Name: Journal of clinical periodontology
ISSN: 1600-051X


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