<span class="indent-sub">*</span>STUDY DESIGN: In this lab model, saliva-derived biofilms were grown on saliva-coated glass slides. Biofilms were cultured for 65 hours prior to mouthrinse exposure. Biofilms were stained to enable quantification of the live/dead cells.<br /><br />
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