Biofilms related to periodontal disease

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J. Pharm. Pharmacogn. Res., vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 911-928, Sep-Oct 2024. DOI: https://doi.org/10.56499/jppres23.1877_12.5.911 Review Research trends in the study of biofilms related to periodontal disease: A bibliometric analysis [Tendencias de investigación en el estudio de las biopelículas relacionadas con la enfermedad periodontal: Un análisis bibliométrico] Julio C. Romero-Gamboa1, Melissa Pinella-Vega1, Pablo A. Millones-Gómez1, John … Continue reading Biofilms related to periodontal disease

J. Pharm. Pharmacogn. Res., vol. 12, no. 5, pp. 911-928, Sep-Oct 2024.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.56499/jppres23.1877_12.5.911

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Research trends in the study of biofilms related to periodontal disease: A bibliometric analysis

[Tendencias de investigación en el estudio de las biopelículas relacionadas con la enfermedad periodontal: Un análisis bibliométrico]

Julio C. Romero-Gamboa1, Melissa Pinella-Vega1, Pablo A. Millones-Gómez1, John E. Gallego-Ramírez2, Alejandro Valencia-Arias3*

1Escuela de Estomatología, Universidad Señor de Sipán, Chiclayo 14001, Perú.

2Facultad de Odontología, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, Colombia.

3Escuela de Ingeniería Industrial, Universidad Señor de Sipán, Chiclayo 14001, Perú.

*E-mail: valenciajho@uss.edu.pe

Abstract

Context: The study of biofilms in the context of periodontal diseases is of paramount importance due to their central role in the pathogenesis of these oral diseases. Research has focused on understanding the formation, structure, and dynamics of biofilms, as well as developing therapeutic approaches for their eradication. However, there are still conceptual gaps in the scientific literature due to a lack of review studies.

Aims: To examine research trends in the study of biofilms related to periodontal diseases.

Methods: This study used a bibliometric analysis methodology of scientific literature based on the PRISMA-2020 statement.

Results: The results showed a remarkable increase in research activity in recent years. Prominent authors, influential journals, and emerging keywords such as "multispecies biofilm", "biofilm formation" or "periodontal therapy" were identified, reflecting the areas of greatest interest.

Conclusions: The need to balance the exploration of new areas with the consolidation of other key concepts is highlighted, as well as gaps in research that require more precise therapeutic approaches, longitudinal studies, and greater attention to underserved communities in developing countries.

Keywords: antimicrobial therapies; biofilm; oral microbiota; pathogenesis; periodontal disease; PRISMA-2020.

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Resumen

Contexto: El estudio de las biopelículas en el contexto de las enfermedades periodontales es de suma importancia debido a su papel central en la patogénesis de estas enfermedades orales. La investigación se ha centrado en la comprensión de la formación, estructura y dinámica de las biopelículas, así como en el desarrollo de enfoques terapéuticos para su erradicación. Sin embargo, todavía existen lagunas conceptuales en la literatura científica debido a la falta de estudios de revisión.

Objetivos: Examinar las tendencias de investigación en el estudio de las biopelículas relacionadas con las enfermedades periodontales.

Métodos: Este estudio utilizó una metodología de análisis bibliométrico de la literatura científica basada en la declaración PRISMA-2020.

Resultados: Los resultados mostraron un notable incremento de la actividad investigadora en los últimos años. Se identificaron autores destacados, revistas influyentes y palabras clave emergentes como "biofilm multiespecie", "formación de biofilm" o "terapia periodontal", que reflejan las áreas de mayor interés.

Conclusiones: Se destaca la necesidad de equilibrar la exploración de nuevas áreas con la consolidación de otros conceptos clave, así como lagunas en la investigación que requieren enfoques terapéuticos más precisos, estudios longitudinales y una mayor atención a las comunidades desatendidas de los países en desarrollo.

Palabras Clave: biopelícula; enfermedad periodontal; microbiota oral; patogénesis; PRISMA-2020; terapias antimicrobianas.

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Citation Format: Romero Gamboa JC, Pinella-Vega M, Millones-Gómez PA, Gallego-Ramírez JE, Valencia-Arias A (2024) Research trends in the study of biofilms related to periodontal disease: A bibliometric analysis. J Pharm Pharmacogn Res 12(5): 911–928. https://doi.org/10.56499/jppres23.1877_12.5.911
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