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  4. Calcium phosphate sequestering phosphopeptide from casein. Reeves RE, Latour NG. Science 128: 472 (1958)
  5. Effects of various sucrose-casein ratios in purified diets on the teeth and supporting structures of rats. Holloway PJ, Shaw JH, Sweeny EA. Arch Oral Biol 3: 185-200 (1961)
  6. A review of the effect of milk on dental caries. Reynolds EC, Storey E. Aust.J.Dairy Tech. 34:175-179 (1979)
  7. Effect of milk on caries incidence and bacterial composition of dental plaque in the rat. Reynolds EC, Johnson IH. Arch Oral Biol 1981 26:5 445-51
  8. Phosphoprotein inhibition of hydroxyapatite dissolution. Reynolds EC, Riley PF, Storey E. Calcif Tissue Int 1982 34 Suppl 2: S52-6
  9. Effect of adsorbed protein on hydroxyapatite zeta potential and Streptococcus mutans adherence. Reynolds EC, Wong A. Infect Immun 1983 Mar 39:3 1285- 90
  10. Effect of casein and whey-protein solutions on caries experience and feeding patterns of the rat. Reynolds EC, del Rio A. Arch Oral Biol 1984 29:11 927-33
  11. Effect of cheese, with and without sucrose, on dental caries and recovery of streptococcus mutans in rats. Rosen S, Min DB, Herper DS, Herper WJ, Beck EX, Beck FM. J Dent Res 63: 894-896 (1984)
  12. Cariostatic evaluation of cheeses with diverse physical and compositional characteristics. Harper DS, Osborn JC, Clayton R, Hefferren JJ. Caries Res 20:123-130 (1986)
  13. Role of streptococcus mutans in human dental decay Loesche WJ Microbiol. Rev. 1986 Dec;50(4): 353-380
  14. Modification of food cariogenicity in rats by mineral-rich concentrates from milk. Harper DS, Osborn JC, Clayton R, Hefferren JJ. J Dent Res 66:42-45 (1987)
  15. Effects of water soluble components of cheese on experimental caries in humans. Silva MfdeA, Burgess RC, Sandham HJ, Jenkins GN. J Dent Res 66: 38-41 (1987)
  16. The prevention of sub-surface demineralization of bovine enamel and change in plaque composition by casein in an intra-oral model. Reynolds EC. J Dent Res 1987 Jun 66:6 1120-7
  17. Reduction of chocolate’s cariogenicity by supplementation with sodium caseinate. Reynolds EC, Black CL. Caries Res 1987 21:5 445-51
  18. Confectionery composition and rat caries. Reynolds EC, Black CL. Caries Res 1987 21:6 538-45Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 2/26
  1. The effects of cheese snacks on caries in desalivated rats. Krobicka A, Bowen WH, Pearson S, Youn DA. J Dent Res 66: 1116-1119 (1987)
  2. Protein dissimilation by human salivary-sediment bacteria. Reynolds EC, Riley PF. J Dent Res 68: 124-129 (1989)
  3. Cariogenicity of a confection supplemented with sodium caseinate at a palatable level. Reynolds EC, Black CL. Caries Res 23:368-370 (1989)
  4. A 24-month clinical study of the incidence and progression of dental caries in relation to consumption of chewing gum containing xylitol in school preventive programs. Kandelman D, Gagnon G. J Dent Res 69(11): 1771-1775 (1990)
  5. Efficient solution-phase synthesis of multiple O-phosphoseryl-containing peptides related to casein and statherin. Perich JW, Kelly DP, Reynolds EC. Int J Pept Protein Res 1992 Aug 40:2 81-8
  6. The use of synthetic phosphopeptides for epitope mapping of the αs1- casein phosphopeptide segment 59 -79. Perich JW, Reynolds EC. Bioorg Med Chem Lett 1992 2:1153 – 1154
  7. An in situ model for simultaneous assessment of inhibition of demineralization and enhancement of remineralization. Featherstone JDB, Zero DT. J Dent Res 71(Spec. Iss.): 804-810 (1992)
  8. The analysis of multiple phosphoseryl-containing casein peptides using capillary zone electrophoresis. Adamson N, Riley PF, Reynolds EC. J Chromatogr 1993 Sep 3 646:2 391-6
  9. A selective precipitation purification procedure for multiple phosphoseryl- containing peptides and methods for their identification. Reynolds EC, Riley PF, Adamson NJ. Anal Biochem 1994 Mar 217:2 277-84
  10. High performance capillary electrophoresis of casein phosphopeptides containing 2-5 phosphoseryl residues: relationship between absolute electrophoretic mobility and peptide charge and size. Adamson NJ, Reynolds EC. Electrophoresis 16: 525-528 (1995)
  11. A 1H-NMR study of the casein phosphopeptide alpha s1-casein(59-79). Huq NL, Cross KJ, Reynolds EC. Biochim Biophys Acta 1995 Mar 15 1247:2 201-8
  12. Anticariogenicity of calcium phosphate complexes of tryptic casein phosphopeptides in the rat. Reynolds EC, Cain CJ, Webber FL, Black CL, Riley PF, Johnson IH, Perich JW. J Dent Res 1995 Jun 74:6 1272-9
  13. In situ caries models. Zero DT. Adv Dent Res 9(3): 214-230 (1995)
  14. Characterisation of tryptic casein phosphopeptides prepared under industrially- relevant conditions. Adamson NJ, Reynolds EC. Biotec Bioeng 1995 45:196-204
  15. Role of models in assessing new agents for caries prevention–non-fluoride systems. Roberts AJ. Adv Dent Res 1995 Nov;9(3):304-11; discussion 312-4
  16. Incorporation of caseinoglycomacropeptide and caseinophosphopeptide into the salivary pellicle inhibits adherence of mutans streptococci. Schupbach P, Neeser JR, Golliard M, Rouvet M and Guggenheim B. J Dent Res, Vol 75, 1779-1788 (1996)
  17. Ability of a b-casein phosphopeptide to modulate the precipitation of calcium phosphate by forming amorphous dicalcium phosphate nanoclusters Holt C, Wahlgren NM and Drakenberg T. Biochem J (1996) 314 (1035–1039)
  18. Dairy products and dental health. Reynolds EC. Proc Nutr Soc Aus 1997 76:1587-1595
  19. Remineralization of enamel subsurface lesions by casein phosphopeptide- stabilized calcium phosphate solutions. Reynolds EC. J Dent Res 1997 Sep 76:9 1587-95Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 3/26
  1. Anticariogenic complexes of amorphous calcium phosphate stabilized by casein phosphopeptides: a review. Reynolds EC. Spec Care Dentist 1998 Jan-Feb 18:1 8-16
  2. Anticariogenic casein phosphopeptides. Reynolds EC. Prot Peptide Lett 1999 295-303
  3. Advances in enamel remineralization: anticariogenic casein phosphopeptide- amorphous calcium phosphate. Reynolds EC, Black CL, Cross KJ, Eakins D, Huq NL, Morgan MV, Nowicki A, Perich JW, Riley PF, Shen P, Talbo G, Webber FW J Clin Dent 1999 X(2):86-88
  4. Calcium phosphates in demineralization/remineralization processes. Legeros RZ J Clinical Dent X:65-73 (1999)
  5. The role of phosphopeptides in caries prevention. Reynolds EC. Dental Perspectives 1999 3:6-7
  6. Molecular modelling of a multiphosphorylated sequence motif bound to hydroxyapatite surfaces. Huq NL, Cross KJ, Reynolds EC. J Mol Mode 2000 6:35- 47
  7. The use of casein phosphopeptides in oral care products for the prevention and treatment of early enamel caries. Reynolds EC. Aust J Diary Technol 2000 55:1- 6
  8. Binding characteristics of streptococcus mutans for calcium and casein phosphopeptide. Rose RK. Caries Res 2000 34 427-431
  9. Remineralisation of fluorotic enamel lesions by casein phosphopeptide – amorphous calcium fluorophosphate (CPP-ACFP) solution. Roberts MJ, Messer LB, Reynolds EC. IADR,ANZ division, Abstract 54,2000
  10. Experimental study of phosphopeptide in promoting tooth remineralization Zhang L, Li Z, Dong Y. Chin J Dent Res. 2000 May;3(1):27-30
  11. Effects of an anticariogenic casein phosphopeptide on calcium diffusion in streptococcal model dental plaques. Rose RK. Arch Oral Biol, Volume 45, Issue 7, 2000, Pages 569-575
  12. Enamel remineralization by chewing gum containing casein phosphopeptide – amorphous calcium phosphate. Reynolds EC, Shen P, Cai F, Nowicki A, Vincent J. IADR,General session,Chiba,Abstract 0489,2001
  13. Structural studies of the ß – casein phosphopeptide bound to amorphous calcium phosphate. Cross KJ, Huq NL, Eakins D, Reynolds EC. IADR,General session,Chiba,Abstract 0490,2001
  14. Ultrastructural studies of the casein phosphopeptide- amorphous calcium phosphate nanoclusters. Cross KJ, Huq NL, Eakins D, Reynolds EC. IADR,General session,Chiba,Abstract 0491,2001
  15. Cation-dependent structural features of beta-casein-(1-25). Cross KJ, Huq NL, Bicknell W, Reynolds EC. Biochem J 2001 May 15 356:Pt 1 277-86
  16. MALDI-PSD-MS analysis of the phosphorylation sites of caseinomacropeptide. Talbo GH, Suckau D, Malkoski M, Reynolds EC. Peptides 2001 Jul 22:7 1093-8
  17. Health aspects of dairy products- Dairy products in relation to caries prevention and oral health.Invited review. Reynolds EC. Encycl Dairy Sciences 2001
  18. Remineralization of enamel subsurface lesions by sugar-free chewing gum containing casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate. Shen P, Cai F, Nowicki A, Vincent J, Reynolds EC. J Dent Res 2001 Dec 80:12 2066-70
  19. Remineralization of early enamel caries by anticariogenic casein phosphopeptide- amorphous calcium phosphate nanocomplexes. Reynolds EC. Dental Practice 2001 November / DecemberLiterature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 4/26
  1. An in vitro investigation of the effects of casein phosphopeptide-stabilized amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP) on erosion of human dental enamel by a sports drink. Ramalingam L , Messer LB, Reynolds EC. IADR, General session, San Diego 2002 – Abstract 2810
  2. A clinical trial of the anticaries efficacy of casein derivatives complexed with calcium phosphate in patients with salivary gland dysfunction. Hay KD and Thomson WM. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod 2002;93:271-5
  3. Incorporation of Casein Phosphopeptide-Amorphous Calcium Phosphate into a Glass-ionomer Cement. Mazzaoui SA, Burrow MF, Tyas MJ, Dashper SG, Eakins D, Reynolds EC. J Dent Res 2003 Nov 82:11 914-8
  4. Caries prevention potential of a tooth-coating material containing casein phosphopeptide – amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP – ACP). Sato T, Yamanaka K, Yoshii E. IADR, General session, Goteborg 2003, Abstract 1007
  5. Retention in plaque and remineralization of enamel lesions by various forms of calcium in a mouthrinse or sugar-free chewing gum. Reynolds EC, Cai F, Shen P, Walker GD. J Dent Res 2003 Mar 82:3 206-11
  6. Remineralization of enamel subsurface lesions in situ by sugar-free lozenges containing casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate. Cai F, Shen P, Morgan MV, Reynolds EC. Aus Dent J 2003 48:4 240-243
  7. Erosion of human dental enamel by sports drinks. Ramalingam L, Messer LB, Reynolds EC. Synopses 27:16-19 (2003)
  8. Dairy components in oral health. Reynolds EC. Aust J Dairy Tech 58:79-81 (2003)
  9. Molecular modelling of the multiphosphorylated casein phosphopeptide alpha s1- casein (59-79). Huq NL, Cross KJ, Reynolds EC. J Dairy Res 71:1-5 (2004)
  10. Acid resistance of enamel subsurface lesions remineralized by a sugar-free chewing gum containing casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP). Iijima Y, Cai F, Shen P, Walker G, Reynolds C, Reynolds EC. Caries Res 2004;38:551-556
  11. NMR studies of a novel calcium, phosphate and fluoride delivery vehicle – the multiphosphorylated peptide alpha s1-casein (59-79) complexed with amorphous calcium fluoride phosphate. Cross KJ, Huq NL, Sum M, Stanton D, Reynolds EC. Biomaterials 25:5061-5069
  12. Fluoride effect on acid resistance capacity of CPP-ACP containing material. Kariya S, Sato T, Sakaguchi Y, Yoshii E. Abstract 2045 – 82nd General Session of the IADR, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii.
  13. Remineralization power by xylitol chewing gums. Murata Y, Matsuda Y, Tanaka T, Ikeda T, Komatsu H, Sano H, Miyake R, Morita M. Abstract 2046 – 82nd General Session of the IADR, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii
  14. Effects of cheese and milk containing CPP-ACP on enamel remineralization. Minami K, Inaba D, Yonemitsu M, Koganei M, Oda M. Abstract 2049 – 82nd General Session of the IADR, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii
  15. Molecular of anticariogenic casein phosphopeptide aS2-CN(2-20) NMR spectroscopy derived constraints. Deangelis EF, Huq NL, Cross KJ, Reynolds EC. Abstract 2997 – 82nd General Session of the IADR, 2004, Honolulu, Hawaii
  16. Determination of demineralization of tooth substrate by use of an ultrasonic device. Takamizawa T, Yamaguchi K, Inage H, Miyazaki M, Ando S, Hinoura K. Japan J Conserv Dent 2004 Jun 47 Spring Issue 24 – Abstract B-4
  17. Clinical effectiveness of a CPP-ACP crème for tooth hypersensitivity treatment. A. Poitevin, M. Peumans, J. De Munck, K. Van Landuyt, E. Coutinho, M. Braem, B. Van Meerbeek. EADR Istanbul, 25-28 August 2004 – Abstract 0136Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 5/26
  1. Enamel remineralization by a mouthrinse containing casein phosphopeptide- amorphous calcium phosphate and fluoride in an in situ model. P. Shen, F. Cai, G. Walker, C. Reynolds, E.C. Reynolds. Australian Dental Journal ADRF Special Research Supplement 2004; 49:4
  2. Investigation of the binding of casein phosphopeptides to the major enamel pellicle proteins. M. Ung, N.L. Huq, K.J. Cross, E.C. Reynolds. Australian Dental Journal ADRF Special Research Supplement 2004; 49:4
  3. Additional aids to the remineralisation of tooth structure. E.C. Reynolds, L.J. Walsh. Textbook: Preservation and Restoration of Teeth – 2nd edition 2005, p111-118. *
  4. Acid Resistance of Enamel Subsurface Lesions Remineralized by a Sugar-Free Chewing Gum Containing Casein Phosphopeptide-Amorphous Calcium Phosphate. Y. Iijima, F. Cai, P. Shen, G. Walker, C. Reynolds, E.C. Reynolds. Caries Res 2004;38:551-556.
  5. La rémineralisation des lesions carieuses (2) synergies thérapautiques. J.-J. Lasfargues, J.M. Ten Cate, C. Miller. Realités Cliniques Vol. 15 n° 3, 2004 pp. 261-275
  6. Using ultrasound transmission velocity to analyze demineralization of tooth substrate. M. Miyazaki, K. Yamaguchi, T. Takamizawa, H. Inage, K. Hinoura. Abstract 94 – 52nd ORCA Congress, July 2005, Indianapolis, USA / Caries Res 2005; 39:319
  7. Fluoride uptake and distribution in enamel and dentin after application of different fluoride solutions. B.E. Holler, K.-H. Friedl, H. Jung, K.-A. Hiller, G. Schmalz.
    Clin Oral Invest (2002) 6:137-144
  8. Preventing acid induced enamel demineralization using CPP-ACP containing paste. Y.Sakaguchi, S. Kato, T. Sato, S. Kariya and L. Chen. Abstract 2055 – IADR, March 2005, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  9. Casein Phosphopeptide-Amorphous calcium phosphate paste: root surface caries formation. J.Hicks and C. Flaitz. Abstract 3275 – IADR, March 2005, Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
  10. Nuove strategie nella prevenzione della carie dentaria:studio sperimentale sui caseino-fosfopeptidi. G.F Ferrazzano, S. Troianiello, G. Sangianantoni, A. Ingenito. Prevenzione Odontostomatologica 2005 ; 4 :15-21 *
  11. Minimal intervention dentistry: part 1. Strategies for addressing the new caries challenge in older patients. J.M. Chalmers. JCDA, June 2006, Vol.72, No.5 *
  12. Promoting remineralization: using casein phosphopeptide – stabilized amorphous calcium (fluoride) phosphate. A chemical approach. D.J. Manton. EAPD, Amsterdam 8-11 June, 2006
  13. Acid resistance of remineralized enamel by a sugar-free chewing gum. Y. Iijima, M. Nishimura, S. Iijima. Abstract 184 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  14. Remineralization of white spot lesions in situ by tooth mousse. D.J. Manton. P. Shen, F. Cai, N.J. Cochrane, C. Reynolds, L.B. Messer, E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 185 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  15. Remineralization by a mouthrinse containing CPP-ACP at pH 5.5. P. Shen, F. Cai, G.D. Walker, C. Reynolds, E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 189 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  16. Remineralization by chewing gum containing CPP-ACP and citric acid. F. Cai, P. Shen, G.D. Walker, Y. Yuan, D.J. Manton, C. Reynolds, E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 190 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 6/26
  1. Remineralization potential of CPP-ACP and its synergy with fluoride. Y. Sakaguchi, S. Kato, T. Sato, S. Kariya, S. Nagao, L. Chen. Abstract 191 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  2. QLF and TMR analysis of CPP-ACFP remineralized enamel in vitro. N.J. Cochrane, F. Cai, E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 192 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  3. Effect of CPP-ACP versus potassium nitrate on cervical dentinal hypersensitivity. L.J. Walsh, W.S. Wang, A. Cakar, C. Devani, K.K. Tran, A. Hall. Abstract 947 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  4. Plaque microcosm biofilm mineralization by CPP-ACP and calcium-phosphate- monofluorophosphate-urea mineralizing solution. L. Wong, C.H. Sissons. Abstract 1269 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  5. Effect of CPP-ACP on hardness of enamel eroded by Cola-drink. H. Sukasaem, M. Panich, S. Poolthong. Abstract 1673 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  6. An in vitro study of wear prevention in dentine. T. Narayana, S. Ranjitkar, J.A. Kaidonis, G.C. Townsend, L.C. Richards. Abstract 2424 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  7. Enamel wear prevention under conditions simulating bruxism and acid regurgitation. S. Ranjitkar, J.A. Kaidonis, G.C. Townsend, L.C. Richards. Abstract 2428 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  8. CPP-ACP gum slows progression and enhances regression of dental caries. M.V. Morgan, G.G. Adams, D.L. Bailey, C.E. Tsao, E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 2445 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  9. Structure and 15N-Dynamics of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate nanocomplexes. K.J. Cross, T.J. Attard, N.L. Huq, E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 2534 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  10. Improved plaque uptake and enamel remineralization by fluoride with CPP-ACP. E.C. Reynolds, N.J. Cochrane, P. Shen, F. Cai, G.D. Walker, M.V. Morgan, C. Reynolds. Abstract 2538 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  11. Prevention of white spot lesions in orthodontic practice: a contemporary review. T.R. Sudjalim, M.G. Woods, D.J. Manton. Australian Dental Journal 2006;51(4):284-289
  12. In situ remineralisation by sugar-free gums, one containing CPP-ACP. D.J. Manton, F. Cai, N. Cochrane, G.D. Walker, P. Shen, G. Adams, L.B. Messer, C. Reynolds, E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 0020 – 45th Annual Meeting of Australian/New Zealand Division of the IADR, 25-28 September 2005
  13. Incorporation of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate into a temporary cement. R. Wong, J. Palamara, P.R. Wilson. Abstract 0653 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
  14. Incorporation of casein-phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate into glass ionomer cement. H. Al-Zraikat, J. Palamara, M. Burrow, H. Messer. Abstract 0654 – 84th General Session of the IADR, 28 June – 1 July 2006, Brisbane, Australia.Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 7/26
  1. Effect of CPP-ACP paste on mechanical properties of bovine enamel as determined by an ultrasonic device. K. Yamaguchi, M. Miyazaki, T. Takamizawa, H. Inage, B.K. Moore. Journal of Dentistry (2006) 34, 230-236 *
  2. Ultrasonic determination of the effect of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate paste on the demineralization of bovine dentin. K. Yamaguchi, M. Miyazaki, T. Takamizawa, H. Inage, H. Kurokawa. Caries Res 2007; 41:204-207 *
  3. Resin bonding using an all-etch or self-etch adhesive to enamel after carbamide peroxide and/or CPP-ACP treatment. C.A. Moule, F. Angelis, G-H. Kim, S. Le, S. Malipatil, M.S. Foo, M.F. Burrow, D. Thomas. Australian Dental Journal 2007; 522):133-137 *
  4. Effect of CPP-ACP paste on tooth mineralization: an FE-SEM study. M. Oshiro, K. Yamaguchi, T. Takamizawa, H. Inage, T. Watanabe, A. Irokawa, S. Ando, M. Miyazaki. Journal of oral Science, Vol.49, No.2, 115-120, 2007 *
  5. Effect of a CPP-ACP agent on the demineralization and remineralization of dentine in vitro. C. Rahiotis, G. Vougiouklakis. Journal of Dentistry 35 (2007) 695-698
  6. Remineralization of enamel lesion by a novel cream with both CPP-ACP and fluoride. S. Kariya, Y. Sakaguchi, T. Sato, S. Kato, L. Chen Y. Iijima. Poster session 136 – 54th Annual ORCA Congress 2007 *
  7. Considering biomodification and remineralization techniques as adjuncts to vital tooth-bleaching regimens. F.J. Milnar. Compendium, May 2007;28(5):234-240 *
  8. Aesthetic management of severely fluorosed incisors in an adolescent female. H. Ng, D.J. Manton. Australian Dental Journal 2007;52(3):243-248 *
  9. Minimally invasive treatment of white spot enamel lesions. S. Ardu, N.V. Astioni, N. Benbachir, I. Krejci. Quintessenz International, Volume 38, Number 8, September 2007, p.633-636 *
  10. The Role of Tooth Mousse in preventing enamel wear. S. Rajnjitkar, J.A. Kaidonis,G.C. Townsend, L.C. Richards. Poster 0375 – session 39- 42nd annual meeting of IADR-Continental European and Israeli Divisions, Sept 26th-29th 2007
  11. Change in surface hardness of enamel by a cola drink and a CPP-ACP paste. Tantbirojn D, Huang A, Ericson MD, Poolthong S. Journal of Dentistry 36 (2008) 74-79
  12. Effect of Acidulated Phosphate Fluoride and Casein Phosphopeptide–Amorphous Calcium Phosphate Application on Shear Bond Strength of Orthodontic Brackets. D. Keçik, S. Burçak Cehrelib, C. Sar, B. Unver. Angle Orthodontist, Vol 78, N°1, 2008, p129-133
  13. Enamel Subsurface Lesion Remineralisation with Casein Phosphopeptide Stabilised Solutions of Calcium, Phosphate and Fluoride. N.J. Cochrane S. Saranathan F. Cai K.J. Cross E.C. Reynolds. Caries Res 2008;42:88–97
  14. Combined CPP-ACP and photoactivated disinfection (PAD) therapy in arresting root surface caries: a case report. J. Vlacic, I. A. Meyers and L. J. Walsh. Br Dent J 203:457-459 2007
  15. Early Childhood Caries- A Review_S Misra, Jinous F Tahmassebi & Micheal Bosnam. Dental Update Nov 2007;34:556-564
  16. Fluoride and casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate. E.C. Reynolds, F. Cai, N.J. Cochrane, P. Shen, G.D. Walker, M.V. Morgan, and C. Reynolds. J Dent Res 87(4):344-348, 2008
  17. An in vitro assessment of the role of Tooth Mousse in preventing wine erosion. C Piekarz, S Ranjitkar, D Hunt, J McIntyre. Australian Dental Journal 2008; 53: 22– 25Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 8/26
  1. The effect of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate on remineralization of artificial caries-like lesions: an in vitro study. VLN Kumar,* A Itthagarun, NM King. Australian Dental Journal 2008; 53: 34–40
  2. An Introduction to Minimal Intervention Dentistry (MI). S Mickenautsch. DENTAL NEWS, VOLUME XIV, NUMBER IV, 2007
  3. A new paradigm for operative dentistry. GJ Mount. Australian Dental Journal 2007;52:(4):264-270
  4. Application of the System for Total Environmental Management(STEM) to demineralization, dental erosion and tooth wear. Laurence J.Walsh, Australasian Dental Practice Jan-Feb 2008
  5. Pronamel and tooth mousse: An initial assessment of erosion prevention in vitro. Jeremy Rees a, Theresa Loyn, Barbara Chadwick. journal of dentistry 35 (2007) 355-357
  6. Characterization of oral films formed in the presence of a CPP–ACP agent: An in situ study. Christos Rahiotis, George Vougiouklakis, George Eliades. journal of dentistry 36 (2008) 272–280
  7. New Strategies in dental caries prevention: experimental study on casein phosphopetide. G.F.Ferrazzano, T.Cantile, A.Ingenito, L.Chianese, M.Quarto. European Journal of Paed Dentistry 4/2007
  8. Development of GIC incorporating Caesin Phosphopetide amorphous phosphate (CPP_ACP) complex. ADRF Research Abstracts. H Al-Zraikat, J Palamara, M Burrow, H Messer.
  9. Structural Characterization of Beta-Caesin(1-25)-ACFP Complex. KJ Cross, NL Huq, DP Stanton, H He, EC Reynolds. Aust Dent J ADRF Special Research Supplement 2007;52:4
  10. Structural Characterization of anticariogenic casein Phosphopeptide alphas2 caesin(46-70 complexed with amorphous calcium phosphate. KJ Cross, NL Huq, DP Stanton, H He, EC Reynolds, K Lau. Aust Dent J ADRF Special Research Supplement 2007;52:4
  11. In-Vitro- Studie Zur Überprûfung einermöglichen Remeralisation durch caesinphosphopetidhaltige Calciumphosphat-komplexe (CPP_ACP). B.Wilfershausen, B.Schulz Dobrick, B.Azrak, C.Gleissener. Deutsche Zahnärztiche Zeitschrift, 63.2008.2
  12. Adding Caesin Phosphopetide-amorphous Calcium Phosphate to Sports Drinks to Eliminate In Vitro Erosion. L.Ramalingam, LB Messer, EC Reynolds. Pediatric Dentistry 27:1,61-67 2005
  13. CPP-ACP Paste with Fluoride: In Vitro Root Surface Caries Formation. C.P. Trajtenberg, C. Flaitz, J. Hicks,Abstract 0500, IADR 2007 New Orleans, USA.
  14. Argon Laser and Remineralizing Paste Effect on Root Surface Caries. G. Westerman, J. Hickx. Abstract 0018, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  15. Efficacy of MI Paste in Preventing Demineralization in Overdenture Abutments. B.L. Fuller, R.L. Ettinger, M. Hogan, J.D. Harless, and J.S. Wefel. Abstract 0503, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  16. MI Paste and Fluoride effects on Secondary Caries D.C. Haderlie, J. Chalmers, J.D. Harless, M. Hogan, J.S. Wefel and F. Qian. Abstract 0504, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  17. MI Paste and Fluoride for Caries Prevention In-Vitro. D. Smolenski, J. Chalmers, J.D. Harless, M. Hogan, F. Qian and J.S. Wefel. Abstract 0505, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 9/26
  1. Remineralization Effects of CPP-ACP and Proanthocyanidin on Artificial Root Caries. Q. Xie, C.D. Wu and A.K.B. Bedran-Russo. Abstract 0512, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  2. Ultramorphological evaluation of dentin after treatment with different desensitizing agents. S. Smith, M.M. Hernandez, M.A. Vargas, M.M. Hogan, J.D. Harless, J. Kolker and J.S. Wefel. Abstract 0941, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  3. Efficacy of Hypersensitivity Agents on Demineralization under Provisional Crowns. L. Freml, C. Stanford, J.D. Harless, M. Hogan, F. Qian and J.S. Wefel. Abstract 1346, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  4. Dentifrice Protection Against Dentin Demineralization in an In Vitro Study. A.K. Burwell and D.C. Greenspan. Abstract 1764, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  5. Efficacy of MI Paste For Sensitivity Associated With Vital Bleaching. S. Sheharyar, D.S. Cobb, D. Dawson, X. Xiao, G. Denhey and J. Chalmers. Abstract 2041, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  6. Nucleating Ability of Calcium Phosphate-Protein-Composites. J.C. Peschke, T. Poth, R. Kliss, H. Franke and O. Musolf. Abstract 2244, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  7. Calcium Release and Mechanical Properties of Experimental Calcium-Releasing Composites. L. Chen, L. Ling, J. Yuan, X. Xu and J. Burgess. Abstract 2572, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  8. Artificial Caries Inhibited with MI Paste and Two Restorative Materials. S. Wright, J.O. Burgess, L.C. Ramp and P. Beck. Abstract 2777, IADR 2007, New Orleans, USA.
  9. Quantitative Tubule Occlusion in an In Vitro Remineralization/Demineralization Model. A.K. Burwell, NovaMin Technology, Inc, Alachua, FL, USA, and D.C. Greenspan. Abstract 0568, EADR 2006, Dublin, Ireland.
  10. A minimally invasive treatment of severe dental fluorosis. S. Ardu, M. Stavridakis, Ivo Krejci. Quintessence International, Volume 38, Nr 6, June 2007, p.455-458
  11. The Anticariogenic Effect of Sugar-Free Gum Containing CPP-ACP Nanocomplexes on Approximal Caries Determined Using Digital Bitewing Radiography. M.V. Morgan, G.G. Adams, D.L. Bailey, C.E. Tsao, S.L. Fischman, E.C. Reynolds. Caries Research 2008; 42:171–184
  12. The Argon Laser and Remineralizing Paste with Fluoride Effects on Enamel Caries. G. Westerman, C. Flaitz, L. Powell, J. Hicks. AAPD,Washington,2008.
  13. Effect of Addition of Citric Acid and Casein Phosphopeptide-Amorphous Calcium Phosphate to a Sugar-free chewing gum on Enamel Remineralization in Situ. F. Cai, DJ Manton, P. Shen, G.D. Walker, E.C. Reynolds. Caries Research 2007; 41; 377-383.
  14. Minimal Intervention Dentistry in the New Millennium. J. Chalmers, S. Guzman- Armstrong, DDS, MS. Dentaltown, Febr 2008.
  15. Prevention of demineralization around orthodontic brackets in vitro. T. Rini Sudjalim, M.G. Woods, D.J. Manton and E.C. Reynolds. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Vol 131 nr6, June 2007.
  16. A Clinical Trial Measuring White Spot Lesion Progression and Regression. M.V. Morgan, D. Bailey, G. Adams, C. Tsao, A. Hyslop, K. Escobar, D. Manton and E. Reynolds. Abstract 0112, July, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
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  1. Progression of erosion following use of calcium and phosphorus compounds. C.P. Turssi, F.A. Maeda, D.C.F. Messias, F.C. Rehder Neto, D. Galafassi and M.C. Serra. Abstract 2499, July, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
  2. The role of tooth mousse in reducing erosive tooth wear. S. Ranjitkar, J.M. Rodriguez, D.W. Bartlett, J.A. Kaidonis, G.C. Townsend and L.C. Richards. Abstract 2500, July, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
  3. Remineralization of eroded teeth using CPP-ACP paste. A. Huang, D. Tantbirojn. Abstract 3267, July, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
  4. Remineralization of the artificial caries lesion using CPP-ACP and fluoride. K.-B. Kim, H.-S. Shin, S.-M. Kim, N.–K. Choi and K. –H. Yang. Abstract 3280, July, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
  5. Effect of CCP-ACP on oral health of cerebral palsy children. Z. Aytepe, E.B. Tuna, D. Oner Ozdas and E. Yamac. Abstract 3343, July, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
  6. Remineralization of artificial caries by CPP-ACP paste. U. Theerapiboon, R. Puanaiyaka and C. Maneenut. Abstract 3274, July, 2008, Toronto, Canada.
  7. Clinical trial of tooth mousse on white spot lesions. M.V. Morgan, DL. Bailey, G.G. Adams, C. Tsao, A. Hyslop, K. Escobar, D. Manton and E.C. Reynolds. Cooperative research centre for oral health science. Toronto, Briefing paper nr2 July 2008.
  8. Remineralization of enamel subsurface lesions in situ by the use of three commercially available sugar-free gums. D.J. Manton, G.D. Walker, F. Cai, N.J. Cochrane, P. Shen & E.C. Reynolds. International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 2008; 18:p 284–290
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  11. Calcium phosphate-based remineralization systems: scientific evidence? E.C. Reynolds. Australian Dental Journal 2008; 53: 268–273
  12. Surface kinetic roughening caused by dental erosion: an atomic force microscopy study. E. Quartarone, P. Mustarelli, C. Poggio and M. Lombardini. Journal of Applied physics 103, May 2008
  13. Comparison of Tooth Mousse Plus with 5000 ppm Fluoride. EC Reynolds, F Cai, DJ Manton, P Shen, GD Walker, NJ Cochrane, S Haynes, Y Yuan, C Reynolds. Abstract, IADR Perth 1-3 Oct 2008.
  14. Evaluation of the product based on RecaldentTM technology in the treatment of dentin hypersensitivity. Kowalczyk, Botuliński, Jaworska, Kierklo, Pawińska, Dąbrowska. Advances in Medical Sciences, Vol. 51, 2006 Suppl 1
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  1. The effect of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate on erosive enamel and dentine wear by toothbrush abrasion. S. Ranjitkar, J.M. Rodriguez, J.A. Kaidonis, L.C. Richards, G.C. Townsend, D.W. Bartlett. Journal of Dentistry 37: 250-254 (2009)
  2. Potential remineralization of postorthodontic demineralized enamel and the use of enamel microabrasion and bleaching for esthetics. K.J. Donly and I.S. Sasa. Seminars in Orthodontics, Vol.14, No3 (September) 2008: pp 220-225
  3. White spot lesions after orthodontic treatment. D. Willmot. Seminars in Orthodontics, Vol.14, No3 (September) 2008: pp 209-219
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  6. Protocol for the prevention and management of root caries. T. Donovan. Journal Compilation 2008, Volume 20, N°6, 2008, p.405-411
  7. Tooth Mousse Plus Versus Cervitec GEL. P. Naidu and P. Subramaniam. Abstract 2050 – IADR 2009, Miami, USA
  8. Dental Caries: Where to from here? D.J. Manton. RACDS Annals 19 73-76 2008
  9. Clinical trial of Tooth Mousse on white sport lesions. M.V. Morgan, D.L. Bailey, G.G. Adams, C. Tsao, A. Hyslop, K. Escobar, D. Manton, E.C. Reynolds. Cooperative Research Center for Oral Health Science.
  10. Effect of ozone and Tooth MousseTM on the efficacy of peroxide bleaching. DJ Manton, R. Bhide, MS Hopcraft, EC Reynolds. Australian Dental Journal 2008; 53: 128-132
  11. The effect of Casein Phosphopeptide amorphous Calcium Phosphate and a Cola Soft Drink on In Vitro Enamel Hardness. M. Panich and S. Poolthong. J Am Dent Assoc 2009:140;455-460
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  15. Oral cavity risk assessment of a child with progressive dystrophic myopathy. M. Rashkova, E. Karageorgi.
  16. Effects of CPP-ACP Paste on the Shear Bond Strength of Orthodontic Brackets. D.Xiaojuna, L. Jingb, G. Xuehuac, R. Hongd, Y. Youchenge, G. Zhangyuf, J. Sung. Angle Orthodontist, Vol 79, No 5, 2009
  17. Effect of Tooth Mousse Plus and Cervitec Gel on S. Mutans. P. Subramaniam, P. Naidu. JMID2009 2164-8
  18. Combining CPP-ACP with fluoride. A synergistic remineralization potential of artificially demineralised enamel or not? I.I. El-Sayad, A.K. Sakr, Y.A.Badr. J Biomed Opt 14:044039Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 12/26
  1. The effect of casein and calcium containing paste on plaque pH following a subsequent carbohydrate challenge. P.C. Caruana, S.A. Mulaify, R. Moazzez, D. Bartlett. JOD 37 (2009) 522-526
  2. X-Ray Microtomography and Transmission Electron Microscopy of CPP- ACFP Remineralized Enamel. N.J. Cochrane, C.D.L Thomas, J.E.A. Palamara, F. Cai, S. Rubanov, E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 42 – 56th ORCA Congress – Caries Res 2009;43:179–244
  3. Observations on Remineralisation of Enamel White Spot Lesions and Acid Gel-Derived Lesions: An in vitro Study. T. Huang, J. Xue, X.-H. He, W. Li, M.V. Swain. Abstract 44 – 56th ORCA Congress – Caries Res 2009;43:179–244
  4. Changes in Plaque Composition after Orthodontic Treatment: The Influence of CPP-ACP-F Paste. M.H. van der Veen, M.W. Beerens, H. van Beek, J.M. ten Cate. Abstract 57 – 56th ORCA Congress – Caries Res 2009; 43:179–244
  5. The Effect of Preventive Agents on Dentine Surface Loss in an in vitro Erosion/Abrasion Model. M.S. Duggal, S. Gkourtsogianni, K.J. Toumba, S.M. Strafford. Abstract 170 – 56th ORCA Congress – Caries 240 Res 2009; 43:179–244.
  6. Caries preventive effect of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP): a meta-analysis. V. Yengopal, S. Mickenautsch. Acta Odontologica Scandinavica 2009, Vol67, Issue 6, Nov 2009, p.321- 332
  7. Effect of CCP-ACP and APF on S.mutans biofilm: an in vitro study. A. Pinar Erdem, E. Sepet, T. Avshalom, V. Gutkin & D. Steinberg. Abstract O20-148, Journal compilation 2009 BSPD, IAPD and Blackwell Publishing Ltd, International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 19 (Suppl. 1): 1–65
  8. The Effect of CPP–ACP and fluoride on salivary parameters in Malay adolescents. A. Venkiteswaran, H. Awang & Z. H. A. Rahim. Abstract O20-150, Journal compilation 2009 BSPD, IAPD and Blackwell Publishing Ltd, International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 19 (Suppl. 1): 1–65
  9. Protective effect on enamel demineralization of a CPP–ACP paste: an AFM in vitro study. C. Poggio, M. Lombardini, A. Dagna, M. Chiesa, S. Bianchi. Journal of Dentistry, article in print, August, 2009
  10. Prospectieve gerandomiseerde, klinische studie over de effecten van CPP- ACP-pasta op plaque, gingivitis en witte vlekken bij orthodontische patiënten – deel 1. V. Noens. Uni Gent, Faculteit Geneeskunde en gezondheidswetenschappen. Masterproef , 19 april 2009.
  11. Potential agents to control enamel caries-like lesions. F.C. Rehder Neto, F.A. Maeda, C.P. Turssi, M.C. Serra. Journal of dentistry 37 (2009) 786– 790
  12. An SEM evaluation of conditioned and bonded enamel following carbamide peroxide bleaching and casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP) treatment. O.A. Adebayo, M.F. Burrow, M.J. Tyas. Journal of dentistry 37 (2009) 297 – 306
  13. Remineralization of enamel subsurface lesions by chewing gum with added calcium. F. Cai, P. Shen, G.D. Walker, C. Reynolds, Y. Yuan, E.C. Reynolds. Journal of dentistry 37 (2009) 763 – 768Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 13/26
  1. Minimum Intervention Treatment Plan (MITP)- MI Identify / MI Prevent and MI Recall / MI Restore. I. Miletic, A. Banerjee, M. Basso, M. Blique, S. Domejean-Orliaguet, C. Gaucher, P. Khandelwal, L. Lavoix, E.F. Reich, F. Roussel and J. Zalba. Abstract 381 – EADR 2009, München, Germany
  2. Water soluble calcium, phosphate and fluoride of various dental products. F. Cai, Y. Yuan, C. Reynolds and EC Reynolds. Abstract, IADR Chinese Division, September 2009, Wuhan
  3. Study of the efficacy of tooth paste containing casein phosphopeptide in the prevention of dental caries: a randomized controlled trial in 12- to 15-year-old high caries risk children in Bangalore, India. S.K. Rao, G.S. Bhat, S. Aradhya, A. Devi, M. Bhat. Caries Res 2009; 43:430–435
  4. Regression of post-orthodontic lesions by a remineralizing cream. D.L. Bailey, G.G. Adams, C.E. Tsao, A. Hyslop, K. Escobar, D. J. Manton, E.C. Reynolds and M.V. Morgan. J Dent Res 88(12):1148-1153, 2009
  5. Casein Phosphopeptide-Amorphous Calcium Phosphate: The scientific evidence. E.C. Reynolds. Adv Dent Res 21:25-29, August, 2009
  6. Prevalence, Etiology, Risk Factors, Diagnosis and Preventive Strategies of Dental Erosion: Literature Review (Part l & Part II). B. Kargul, M. Bakkal. Acta Stomatol Croat. 2009;43(3):165-187
  7. Effects of conditioners on microshear bond strength to enamel after carbamide peroxide bleaching and/or casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate (CPP-ACP) treatment. O.A. Adebayo, M.F. Burrow, M.J. Tyas. Journal of Dentistry 35 (2007) 862-870
  8. Effect of Argon Laser and Remineralizing Paste on Root Caries. G. Westerman, C. Flaitz, G. Powell and J. Hicks. Abstract 268 – IADR 2009 Miami, USA
  9. CPP-ACP Paste and ACP-Fluoride Varnish: In Vitro Root Caries. F. Garcia-Godoy, C.E. Garcia-Godoy, C.M. Flaitz and J. Hicks. Abstract 2047 – IADR 2009 Miami, USA
  10. Effects of CPP-ACP on Enamel pH and Salivary Cariogenic Bacteria. Y. Kitasako, K. Shida, K. Matin, M. Ikeda and J. Tagami. Abstract 2048 – IADR 2009 Miami, USA
  11. The effects of GC Tooth Mousse on cervical dentinal sensitivity: a controlled clinical trial. L.J. Walsh. International Dentistry SA, Australasian Edition, Vol.5 N°1
  12. Casein phosphopeptide–amorphous calcium phosphate shows promise for preventing caries. Yengopal V, Mickenautsch S. Evidence-Based Dentistry (2010) 11, 11-12. doi:10.1038/sj.ebd.6400701
  13. Treatment of post-orthodontic white spot lesions with casein phosphopeptide- stabilised amorphous calcium phosphate. A. Bröchner, C. Christensen, B. Kristensen, S. Tranæus, L. Karlsson, L. Sonnesen, S. Twetman. Clin Oral Invest (2011) 15:369–373
  14. Comparison of the remineralization potential of CPP–ACP and CPP–ACP with 900 ppm fluoride on eroded human enamel: An in situ study. N. Srinivasan, M. Kavitha, S.C. Loganathan. Archives of oral biology 55 (2010) 541 – 544
  15. Penetration of bleaching agents in Tooth Mousse TM treated bovine incisors. R.H.K. Wong, D. Sivapalan, M.H. Nguyen, A.M. Ho, A.S. Wang, S.E. Lau and E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 4019 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  16. Comparative evaluation of two commercially available desensitising agents after scaling and root planing: an in vivo study. S. Gugnani, R. Gupta, N. Pandit. PERIO 2008;5(2):121-129Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 14/26
  1. MI Paste Plus – Editor’s Choice. The Dental Advisor, Vol 27 N° 7, September 2010
  2. The effectiveness of MI Paste in preventing root caries in cancer patients with radiation xerostomia – A usage experience of MI Paste for 6 months. K. Katsura, M. Watanabe, S. Goto, T. Hayashi. Niigata Dent. J. 40(1): 53-57, 2010
  3. The use of MI Paste PlusTM in orthodontics – a randomized controlled trial. M. Robertson, J. English, C. Kau, H. Bussa, R. Lee, K. McGrory, J. Nguyen. Poster #1111 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain.
  4. Analysis of the effect of CPP-ACP tooth mousse on enamel remineralization by circularly polarized images. G.Wu; X. Liu; Y. Hou. Angle Orthodontist, Vol 80, N°5, 2010
  5. Effect of hydrogen peroxide and remineralizers on enamel. Preliminary report. N. Tellez, A. Kaplan and P. Mandalunis. Abstract 4579 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  6. A randomized clinical trial of MI Paste-plus usage in orthodontics. C.H. Kau, M. Robertson, J. Nguyen, R. Lee and J. English. Abstract 924 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  7. Quantitative evaluation of the effect CPP-ACP on the enamel caries. O. Yazicioglu, B. Yaman, A. Guler, R. Asiyev and F. Koray. Abstract 3232 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  8. Comparison of Tooth Mousse (MI Paste) with Clinpro in situ. E. Reynolds, F. Cai, P. Shen, G. Walker, Y. Yuan, N. Cochrane, D. Manton and C. Reynolds. Abstract 3645 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  9. Recovery of enamel surface hardness after hydrochloric acid erosion. D.G. Augustson, D. Tantbirojn and A. Versluis. Abstract 4187 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  10. Different ways of applying GC-Dentifrice to reduce tooth tissue loss. A. Chapman, S.B. Jones and N.X. West. Abstract 4580 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  11. Reducing Mutans Streptococci colonisation: a longitudinal study comparing three agents. K.A. Plonka, M. Pukallus, A. Barnett, T. Holcombe, L. Walsh and W.K. Seow. Abstract 89 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  12. Supplementation of molar incisor hypoplasia affected teeth: SEM/EDX study. C. Baroni, S. Chersoni, S. Marchionni and C. Prati. Abstract 4793 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  13. Enamel remineralisation reduced iatrogenic enamel damage during orthodontic adhesive removal. N.J. Cochrane, R.J. Mayne, S. Ratneser, M.G. Woods and E.C. Reynolds. Abstract 3647 – IADR 2010, Barcelona, Spain
  14. Calcium silicate coating derived from Portland cement as treatment for hypersensitive dentine. M.G. Gandolfi, S. Farascioni, D.H. Pashley, G. Giorgio, C. Prati. Journal of Dentistry 36 (2008) 565-578
  15. Molar incisor hypomineralization: review and recommendations for clinical management. V. William, L. Messer, M. Burrow. Pediatric Dentistry – 28:3 2006
  16. Effect of chewing gum on tooth sensitivity following whitening. B. Tang, B.J. Millar. British Dental Journal, Volume 208, No 12, Jun 26 2010Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 15/26
  1. Combined effect of paste containing casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate and fluoride on enamel lesions: an in vitro pH-cycling study. K. Ogata, S. Warita, K. Shimazu, T. Kawakami, K. Aoyagi, H. Karibe. Pediatric dentistry v 32, no 5 sep/oct 10
  2. Fighting white spots. L. Jerrold and N. Naghavi. http://www.orthodonticproductsonline.com/issues/articles/2010-10_02
  3. Structural analysis of the enamel subjected to pre- and postbleaching agents. C. Francci, M.N. Gomes, A.G. Devito-Moraes, F.P. Rodrigues, L.C. Yamazaki, L.M. Silva, N.R.G. Fróes-Salgado, A.C. Nishida. Abstract 152 – ADM, October 2010,Trieste, Italy
  4. Influence of NaOCl and ACP-CPP on the color-parameters of teeth bleached with 35% hydrogen peroxide. M.N. Gomes, F.P. Rodrigues, C.L. Miyazaki, N. Silikas, D.C. Watts, C. Francci. Abstract 174 – ADM, October 2010, Trieste, Italy
  5. Effect of slow-release fluoride devices and casein phosphopeptide/amorphous calcium phosphate nanocomplexes on enamel remineralization in vitro. A.M. Al-Mullahi, K.J. Toumba. Caries Res 2010;44:364-371
  6. A comparative evaluation of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate and fluoride on the shear bond strength of orthodontic brackets. A.Tabrizi, B. Cakirer. European Journal of Orthodontics 1 of 6 doi:10.1093/ejo/cjq062 (Oxford University Press)
  7. Efficacy of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate to prevent stain absorption on freshly bleached enamel: An in vitro study. R.D. Singh, S.M. Ram, O. Shetty, P. Chand, R. Yadav. Journal of Conservative Dentistry, 2010, Vol 13, Issue 2, p.76-79
  8. Remineralization potential of fluoride and amorphous calcium phosphate- casein phospho peptide on enamel lesions: An in vitro comparative evaluation. S. Lata, N.O. Varghese, J.M. Varughese. Journal of Conservative Dentistry, 2010, Vol 13, Issue 1, p.42-46
  9. MIH Supplementation Strategies: Prospective Clinical and Laboratory Trial. C. Baroni and S. Marchionni. J Dent Res XXXXX
  10. Effects of fluoride-containing casein phosphopeptide–amorphous calcium phosphate complex on the shear bond strength of orthodontic brackets. S. Burçak Çehreli, Ç. Şar, Ö. Polat-Özsoy, B. Ünver and S. Özsoy. European Journal of Orthodontics 1 of 5, doi:10.1093/ejo/cjq183
  11. Treatment of dental fluorosis. M. Peneva. Journal of IMAB, Annual Proceeding, Scientific Papers, book 2 – part Dentistry
  12. Influence of bioactive materials used on the dentin surface whitened with carbamide peroxide 16%. H. Burlamaqui Pinheiro, B. Lopes, E. Burlamaqui Klautau, J. Cardoso, B. Rozzetti Silva, P. Eduardo Capel Cardoso. Materials Research. 2010; 13(2): 273-278 © 2010
  13. White spot lesions: prevention and treatment. S. Guzman-Armstrong, J. Chalmers*, American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Volume 138, Number 6, December 2010
  14. The clinical application of surface pH measurements to longitudinally assess white spot enamel lesions. Y. Kitasako, N.J. Cochrane, M. Khairul, K. Shida, G.G. Adams, M.F. Burrow, E.C. Reynolds, J. Tagami. Journal of dentistry 38(2010) 584 – 590Literature GC ToothMousse-MIPP Status 03/05/2016 Page 16/26
  1. Effect of CPP–ACP addition on physical properties of zinc oxide non-eugenol temporary cements. R. Wonga, J. Palamara, P. Wilson, E.C. Reynolds, M.F. Burrow. Dental Materials 27 (2011)329-338
  2. Effect of added calcium phosphate on enamel remineralization by fluoride in a randomized controlled in situ trial. P. Shen, D.J. Manton, N.J. Cochrane, G.D. Walker, Y. Yuan, C. Reynolds, E.C. Reynolds. Journal of dentistry 39 (2011) 518 – 525
  3. Remineralization effects of casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate crème on artificial early enamel lesions of primary teeth. Q. Zhang, J. Zou, R. YANG, X.G Zhou. International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 21:374-381, 2011
  4. Determination of remineralization of Apacider® varnish on human dental enamel. A. Juntavee, S. Suksuphew, N. Juntavee, J. Peerapattana, S. Chatrchaiwiwattana, S. Luengpailin. Abstract 112 – IADR 2011, San Diego, USA
  5. Fluoride Varnish and CPP-ACPF: Effect on Enamel Resistance to Demineralization. S. Banava, S. Toghyani, B.T. Amaechi, M. Safaie Yazdi, M.H. Shokoohnia. Abstract 2160 – IADR 2011, San Diego, USA
  6. The Reader’s corner. J. Sheridan. JCO, Volume XLV Number 7, July 2011
  7. New Approaches to Enhanced Remineralization of Tooth Enamel. N.J. Cochrane, F. Cai, N.L. Huq, M.F. Burrow, E.C. Reynolds. J Dent Res 89(11):1187-1197, 2010
  8. Efficacy of a novel at-home bleaching technique with carbamide peroxides modified by CPP-ACP and its effect on the microhardness of bleached enamel. B.C.D. Borges, J.S. Borges, C.D. de Melo, I.V.A. Pinheiro, A.J.S. dos Santos, R. Braz, M.A.J.R. Montes. Operative Dentistry, 2011, 36-4
  9. Effect of CPP-ACP application on flexural strength of bleached enamel and dentin complex. M. Khoroushi, H. Mazaheri, A.E. Manoochehri. Operative Dentistry, 2011, 36-4, 372-379
  10. A review on prevention and treatment of post-orthodontic white spot lesions – evidence-based methods and emerging technologies. F. Bergstrand, S. Twetman. The Open Dentistry Journal, 2011, 5, 158-162
  11. Effects of CPP-ACP on enamel de- and remineralization in primary teeth: an in vitro study. Journal of Dentistry for Children. Manuscript ID: JDCHILD-2010-06- 0669.R1
  12. Consumption of milk with added casein phosphopeptide amorphous calcium phosphate remineralizes enamel subsurface lesions in situ. G.D. Walker, F. Cai, P. Shen, D.L. Bailey, Y. Yuan, N.J. Cochrane, C. Reynolds, E.C. Reynolds. Australian Dental Journal 2009; 54: 245–249
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  1. The effect of high calcium milk and casein phosphopeptide-amorphous calcium phosphate on enamel erosion caused by cholinated water. K. Vongsawan, R. Surarit, P. Rirattanapong. Southeast Asian J Trop Med Public Health, Vol 41 No. 6 November 2010
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  1. Effect of CPP_ACPF Paste on Oral Complications Induces by Chemotherapy. S. Banava, T. Safaie, M. Hoshyari, D.Niknam. Abstract 2072 – IADR Seattle 2013.
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  3. Acid resistance of enamel subsurface lesions treated with casein phosphopeptide amorphous calcium phosphate fluoride. D.M. Talaat & A. Mahmoud. Journal of Dentistry for Children, 2015;82(2):70-5.
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