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mucin
Highly glycosylated polypeptide chains
Lactoferrin
Iron-binding ptn.
Lysozyme
Acts on bacterial cell walls, reducing wall strength
Histatins
Potent inhibitors of fungal growth
Lactopero
Immunoglobulins - Bind bacteria and facilitate
clearance by agglutination
statherin
Inhibits spontaneous precipitation of calcium phosphate
from saliva
Proline-rich Proteins (PRP’s)
Bind carcinogens, reduce calculus
buildup, help form the salivary pellicle & bind selected bacteria
Xidase
Highly toxic to bacterial cells
Amylase
Hydrolyzes starch initiating digestion
Histatin
antifugal (candidiasis
Lysozyme
hydrolyzes cell walls of some bacteria
Lactoferrin
binds free iron and in so doing deprives
bacteria of this essential element – metabolism stops
Lactoperoxidase
H2O2 + Peroxidase + thiocyanide
= hypothiocynate – inhibits bacterial metabolism
Ingredient parotid
serous
Ingredient submandibular
mixed
Ingredient Sublingual
mostly mucous
Ingredient minor salivary gland
mostly mucous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland glossopalatine
pure mucous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland palatal glands
pure mucous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland buccal glands
pure mucous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland labial glands
mixed
Ingredient of minor salivary gland anterior
mixed
Ingredient of minor salivary gland von Ebner glands
pure serous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland posterior
pure mucous
3 secretory glands
serous, mucous, mucous with serous demilune
8-12 cell around central lumen, pyramidal cell, glycoprotein secretion
serous cell
intercellular canaleculi, junctional complex, gap junction
serous cell
forms a gate between the lumen and the basolateral cell surface
junctional complex
forms a gate between the lumen and the basolateral cell surface
Gap complex
what stimulation create watery mouth for food
B adrenergic stimulation
deeply stain, center nucleus
serous
push nucleus, white center
mucous
protein core and sugar residues (thick glycoprotein); lubricate; blinds and aggregate bacteria; no intercellular canaliculi
mucous
serous demilunes in what glands
sublingual and submandibular glands
ducts b/w acini
intercellular canaliculi
Ingredient Sublingual
mostly mucous
Ingredient minor salivary gland
mostly mucous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland glossopalatine
pure mucous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland palatal glands
pure mucous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland buccal glands
pure mucous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland labial glands
mixed
Ingredient of minor salivary gland anterior
mixed
Ingredient of minor salivary gland von Ebner glands
pure serous
Ingredient of minor salivary gland posterior
pure mucous
3 secretory glands
serous, mucous, mucous with serous demilune
What type of acini secretes mucin (glycoprotein), lubricate, bind and aggregate bacteria, not found in intercellular canaliculi
Mucous cell
what glands are serous demilunes
sublingual and submandibular
duct that is a collection of intercalated
striated
duct that is a collection of acini
interceullular
duct that is a collection of scretory unit
intercalated
squeezes the secretor end pieces and intercalated, squeeze primary saliva in lumen, tumor suppresion/tardation
myoepithelial cell
cubodial cell surrounds, large central nucleus, lateral interdigitation
intercalated duct cell
intercalated duct is smaller than that os ?
secretory end piece
Striated duct reabsorb what elements
Cl and Na
columnar w/ central nuclei, column of mitochondria, secretes lysozymes, no gap junction
striated duct
In the septa, pseudostratified, goblet, lymphocytes, macrophages and dendritic cells
excretory duct
parotid gland ducts
stensen duct: maxillary 2 molar
parotid gland nerve; blood supply
facial ; external carotid branches
submandibular gland duct and muscle
wharton's duct; mylohyoid muscle
submandibular gland nerve supply; blood supply
parasympatheitc: facial (VII) -> trigeminal (V); lingual arteries
submandibular gland found extensive duct
striated duct
sublingual duct
several tiny duct : rivinus
single duct: bartholin
blood and nerve for sublingual
blood: sublingual and submental arteries
nerve facial and trigeminal
minor salivary glands are found where
submucosa lining, keratinized
total saliva from minor and % is mucous
10% and 70%
where is minor salivary glands not found
gingiva and anterior hard palate
saliva is hyper or hypotonic
hypotonic (less solute than plasma)
parasympathetic water or protein secretion
water secretion
sympathetic water or protein secretion
protein
increase K, secretion and water release via AQP
alpha adrenergic
increase protein exocytosis thru Camp
Beta adrenergic
Ach, muscarinic, Ca, open Cl
parasympathetic
Beta receptor, Camp, exocytosis
sympathetic
reabsorption of Cl Na in which duct
striated duct
salivary peptide plays a significant role in raising pH of dental plaque after exposure to fermentable CHO
sialin