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drg.Juwita Raditya Ningsih FKG UMS 2014
ENZYMATIC COMPONENTSNON ENZYMATIC COMPONENTS HOST DERIVED AND OTHER PRODUCTS BACTERIA DERIVED HOST DERIVED AND OTHER PRODUCTS CELLULAR COMPONENT ELECTROLYTES ORGANIC COMPONENTS GCF COMPOSITION
Acid phosphates Alkaline phosphatase Alpha 1 antitrypsin Arylsulphatse Aspartate aminotransfarase Chondroition sulphate Citric acid Cystatins B-glucuronidase Cathepsin Matrix metalloproteins Elastase 4
Acid phosphatase Alkaline phosphatase Collagenase Hyaluronidase Phospholipse-A Phospholipase-C 5
Cellular elements Bacteria Desquamated epithelial cells Leucocytes ( PMN’S, monocytes/macrophages) Electrolytes Potassium Calcium Sodium Organic compounds Carbohydrates-GLUCOSEHEXOSAMINE -HEXURONIC ACID Proteins 6
Lactic acid Urea Hydroxyproline Endotoxins Cytotoxic substances Hydrogen sulphide 7
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