Oral Diseases

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Edited By: Bruce Baum and Crispian Scully

Impact Factor: 2.427

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 17/88 (Dentistry Oral Surgery & Medicine)

Online ISSN: 1601-0825

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2015 Oral Diseases Awards

Best Reviewers:
Ricardo D Coletta, Piracicaba, Brazil
Velia Ramirez-Amador, Mexico City, Mexico

Best Review Articles:
The oral microbiome and nitric oxide homoeostasis
MP Hezel and E Weitzberg

Human papillomavirus and cancerous diseases of the head and neck: a systematic review and meta-analysis
R Saulle, L Semyonov, A Mannocci, A Careri, F Saburri, L Ottolenghi, F Guerra and G La Torre

Best Original Articles:
Programmable bio-nanochip-based cytologic testing of oral potentially malignant disorders in Fanconi anemia
PN Floriano, T Abram, L Taylor, C Le, H Talavera, M Nguyen, R Raja, A Gillenwater, J McDevitt and N Vigneswaran

Diagnostic properties of ultrasound of major salivary glands in Sjögren's syndrome
K Delli, PU Dijkstra, AJ Stel, H Bootsma, A Vissink and FKL Spijkervet

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Featured Invited Medical Review:
Ultraviolet phototherapy for cutaneous diseases: a concise review
R Vangipuram and SR Feldman

2 New Article Series from Oral Diseases

Launched this year Oral Diseases brings you 2 new article series.

Concise Reviews are short status reports and are written by leading clinical scientists about timely clinical conditions relevant to oral medicine. Read the latest one:
Hypodontia, a prospective predictive marker for tumor?
W Yin and Z Bian

Invited Commentaries provide a perspective on recently published articles, from internationally leading biomedical science journals, that are having or soon will have significant impact on oral medicine. From the latest issue:

On the origin of blood cells – hematopoiesis revisited
Éva Mezey

From bedside to the bench: uncovering the role of a T-cell protein in protecting CTLA-4
Gabriel Nussbaum

Is tasting innate?
Andrew I Spielman and Joseph G Brand