Published: Arpita Basu and Jeffrey Ebersole

Arpita Basu (Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences) and Jeffrey Ebersole (Dental), along with Emily Masek, '18 BS Kinesiology, authored “Dietary Polyphenols and Periodontitis-A Mini-Review of Literature,” which appeared in the July issue of Molecules. It focused on the mechanisms of action of dietary polyphenols in improving the pathophysiology underlying chronic inflammatory diseases like periodontitis based on pre-clinical and clinical models. This publication is part of Basu and Ebersole's ongoing collaborations in nutritional immunology.

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