Streptococcus bacteria that normally live in the mouth.

Streptococcus bacteria that normally live in the mouth, in the communities called biofilms limited and are responsible for causing dental plaque and gingivitis. The University of Bristol researchers, in collaboration with scientists from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland has shown that once released into the bloodstream, Streptococcus bacteria can use a protein on their surface, called Pada model weapon to force platelets in the blood to bind together and form clots.

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