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GCFGreatest Common Factor
GCFGreen Climate Fund (UN)
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GCFGoogle Chrome Frame (software)
GCFGynecologic Cancer Foundation
GCFGrands Chai de France (French winemaker)
GCFGerman Car Fan
GCFGlobal Certification Forum
GCFGatekeeper Confirmation
GCFGraduate Christian Fellowship
GCFGlobal Certification Forum (partnership between network operators and terminal manufacturers)
GCFGingival Crevicular Fluid
GCFGood Clean Fun (band)
GCFGross Capital Formation
GCFGeneric Connection Framework
GCFGreater Cincinnati Foundation
GCFGreater Central Florida
GCFGroupe Coopération Forestière (French: Forestry Cooperation Group)
GCFGarden City Fund (Singapore)
GCFGsm Certification Forum
GCFgiant cell fibroblastoma
GCFGoodwill Community Foundation
GCFGerman Computer Freaks
GCFGround Communications Facility
GCFGC-rich sequence DNA-binding factor
GCFGreek Chess Federation (est. 1948)
GCFGun Carriage Factory (Madhya Pradesh, India)
GCFGuralp Compressed Format (floppy disk data format)
GCFGrid Controlled Fluoroscopy (Philips)
GCFGlobal Coherence Field
GCFGlass-Ceramic Ferrule
GCFGuaranteed Car Finance (UK)
GCFGerman Car Fans, LLC
GCFGeorgian Chess Federation
GCFGrid Characterization Facility
GCFGreen Chile Festival
GCFGerman City Fighter (gaming)
GCFGreenfield Coalition Fundamentals
GCFGaussian Correction Functions
GCFGroupe Canada France (French-Canadian networking club)
GCFGluten and Casein Free
GCFGlobal Compliance Forum
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Study of TNF-[alpha], IL-1 [beta] and LPS levels in the gingival crevicular fluid of a rat model of diabetes mellitus and periodontitis.
(2016) evaluated the levels of four factors that trigger labor (PG[E.sub.2], IL-1[beta], IL-6, and TNF-[alpha]) in the gingival crevicular fluid and serum samples among women with preterm birth and term delivery and correlate these levels with periodontal parameters.
Kitamura et al., "Useful immunochromatographic assay of calprotectin in gingival crevicular fluid for diagnosis of diseased sites in patients with periodontal diseases," Journal of Periodontology, vol.
Gingival Crevicular Fluid. The potential of HCV antigens and antibodies to be present in GCF has also been studied.
Gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) (Figure 1) is a biological exudate and quantification of its constituents is a current method to identify specific biomarkers with reasonable sensitivity [1].
The aim of the present study is therefore to investigate the relationship between the age and LL-37 levels in the gingival crevicular fluid (GCF) of middle-aged and young adults who have either gingivitis or healthy periodontal tissues.
Relationships among gingival crevicular fluid biomarkers, clinical parameters of periodontal disease, and the subgingival microbiota.
Measurement of gp130 cytokines oncostatin M and IL-6 in gingival crevicular fluid of patients with chronic periodontitis.