Plaque

A localised circular area of viral lysis of host cells on a lawn of such cells.

plaque

  1. a small abnormal patch on or inside the body
  2. a memorial made of brass

Plaque

• (n.) Any flat, thin piece of metal, clay, ivory, or the like, used for ornament, or for painting pictures upon, as a slab, plate, dish, or the like, hung upon a wall; also, a smaller decoration worn on the person, as a brooch.
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plaque

<dentistry> Dental plaque is a combination of food (left in the mouth after eating), bacteria (which live in the mouth) and bacterial byproducts (acidic wastes). These acidic wastes can break down the tooth enamel leading to tooth decay. ... Plaque also irritates the gum tissue (see gingivitis) and eventually destroys periodontal tissue, prom...
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plaque

(from the article `medal`) In England, Thomas and Abraham Simon produced cast portrait medals of great refinement in a northern European realistic tradition. The cast portrait ... ...appears in a rather crude form in Protoliterate times. In the final phase of the Early Dynastic period, its style became conventional. The most ... [2 r...
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plaque

(from the article `tooth`) ...disease of the teeth among humans. Apart from the common cold, it is perhaps the most frequent disease in contemporary society. Tooth decay ... ...primarily Streptococcus mutans, in the dental plaque metabolize simple sugars and other fermentable carbohydrates into acids that dissolve tooth ... ...easily...
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plaque

(from the article `virus`) ...their ability to break apart (lyse) adjoining bacteria in an area of bacteria (lawn) overlaid with an inert gelatinous substance called agar—viral ...
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Plaque

(plak) (French. A plate, a thin layer) An elevated area of skin more than .5 cm in diameter with a relatively broad flat surface which appears like a plateau in cross-section. Plaques may have the same subdivisions as mentioned above under papule.
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plaque

(plak) any patch or flat area. a superficial, solid, elevated skin lesion with a diameter equal to or greater than 1.0 cm (0.5 cm according to some authorities); see also papule. dental plaque.
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plaque

noun (pathology) a small abnormal patch on or inside the body
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Plaque

Plaque noun [ French Confer Plack , and see Placard .] Any flat, thin piece of metal, clay, ivory, or the like, used for ornament, or for painting pictures upon, as a slab, plate, dish, or the like, hung upon a wall; also, a smaller decoration worn on the person, as a brooch.
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Plaque

a buildup of bacteria and minerals on the teeth that forms a hard coating and can lead to gum disease.
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Plaque

A clear spot on a lawn of bacteria or cultured cells where cells have been Iysed by viral infection.
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Plaque

A deposit of fatty (and other) substances in the inner lining of the artery wall characteristic of atherosclerosis.
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Plaque

A film of bacteria that forms on the teeth and gums after eating foods that produce acids. If plaque is not removed, it hardens to form calculus or tarter, which can only be removed professionally.
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Plaque

A film of sticky material containing saliva, food particles, and bacteria that attaches to the tooth surface both above and below the gum line. When left on the tooth it can promote gum disease and tooth decay.
Found on http://www.cigna.com/glossary/glossary.html?redir=/health/consumer/dental/d

Plaque

A film of sticky material containing saliva, food particles, and bacteria that attaches to the tooth
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plaque

A flat elevated lesion of the skin.
Found on http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/glossary/glossary.asp

plaque

A flat surfaced, raised skin lesion.
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plaque

a memorial made of brass
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Plaqué

a point attack that lands flat
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Plaque

A small, elevated, solid lesion with a disk-shaped formation. Usually consists of a flat top.
Found on http://www.robertmillermd.com/derma_glossary.html

Plaque

A small, elevated, solid lesion with a disk-shaped formation. Usually consists of a flat top.
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Plaque

A soft sticky substance that accumulates on teeth composed largely of bacteria and bacterial derivatives.
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plaque

A soft sticky substance that accumulates on teeth composed largely of bacteria and bacterial derivatives.
Found on http://www.ada.org/glossaryforprofessionals.aspx
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