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1.  Scientific Frontiers 
Advances in Dental Research  2011;23(4):360-368.
Saliva, a biofluid historically well-studied biochemically and physiologically, has entered the post-genomic ‘omics’ era, where its proteomic, genomic, and microbiome constituents have been comprehensively deciphered. The translational path of these salivary constituents has begun toward a variety of personalized individual medical applications, including early detection of cancer. Salivary diagnostics is a late-comer, but it is catching up where dedicated resources, like the Salivaomics Knowledge Base (SKB), now have taken center stage in the dissemination of the diagnostic potentials of salivary biomarkers and other translational and clinical utilities.
doi:10.1177/0022034511420433
PMCID: PMC3172997  PMID: 21917746
salivary biochemistry and physiology; proteome; biomarkers; early detection; genomics; microbiome

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