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Authors:  Amanat G. Magomedova, Padam N. Tandon, Parushi Tandon, Manal Smail, Serge,y Chibisov, and Al-Omar Bawareed
Abstract:
Lack of mastication during meals has become a public health problem [1, 2]. Most physiological and metabolic processes display circadian rhythms that are driven by the endogenous circadian clock. The clock is comprised of a central component located in the hypothalamic suprachiasmatic nucleus and subordinate clocks in peripheral tissues, such as liver, heart brain, pancreas and muscle. There is a complex regulatory network, which provides an important communication link between our brain and several peripheral organs and tissues [1-3]. The circadian rhythms sustain 24-hour oscillations of a large number of master genes controlling the correct timing and synchronization of diverse physiological and metabolic processes within our body, including teeth and gum [2-5]. This mini review aims to highlight the role of circadian dysfunction in oral health and diseases. 


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Can Mastication Behavior during Eating Modulate the Circadian Dysfunction? (pp. 99-103)