Department Of Oral Biology, Faculty Of Dental Medicine, Universitas Airlangga, Surabaya, Indonesia

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Komparasi Efisiensi Penghimpunan Dana Pihak Ketiga Bank Umum Syariah Dan Bank Umum Konvensional Di Indonesia Dengan Metode Data Envelopment Analysis Yuliati Yuliati; Noven Suprayogi
Jurnal Ekonomi Syariah Teori dan Terapan Vol. 3 No. 4 (2016): April-2016
Publisher : Universitas Airlangga

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This study aims to determine and comparing the level of third-party funds accumulation efficiency of Islamic Banks and Conventional Banks in Indonesia. This study uses a quantitative non-parametric approach with Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) CRS and VRS assumption, and statistical tool namely Mann Whitney U-Test. The samples are 10 Islamic Banks and 13 Conventional Banks those comply with the specified sample criteria. During 2010 to 2014, Islamic Banks has efficiency level of third-party funds accumulation relatively higher than Conventional Banks based on CRS and VRS assumption. Source of inefficiency in Islamic Banks is the scale of third-party funds accumulation. While the hypothesis test showed there was no significant difference in the level of third-party funds accumulation efficiency between Islamic Banks and Conventional Banks in Indonesia with the assumption of CRS, VRS, and Scale efficiency.
The effects of golden sea cucumber extract (Stichopus hermanii) on the number of lymphocytes during the healing process of traumatic ulcer on wistar rat’s oral mucous Ira Arundina; Yuliati Yuliati; Pratiwi Soesilawati; Dian W Damaiyanti; Dania Maharani
Dental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi) Vol. 48 No. 2 (2015): June 2015
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Background: Indonesia is a country with the world’s biggest potential and producer of sea cucumbers. Golden sea cucumber contains glicosaminoglycans, such as heparan sulphate and chondroitin sulphate, which could have a positive implication on wound healing process. This acceleration of wound healing process could be observed through the increasing of lymphocytes on ulcus traumaticus. Purpose: This study aims to analyze the effects of golden sea cucumber extract on the number of lymphocytes during the healing process of traumatic ulcer on Wistar rat’s oral mucous. Method: Golden sea cucumber extrat was made with freeze-dried method, and then gel was prepared using PEG 400 and PEG 4000 solvent. Twenty male rats with mucosal ulcus made were divided into a control group and three treatment groups with 20%, 40% and 80% golden sea cucumber extracts. All samples were euthanized on day 4 and then a preparation for histopathological examination was made to examine the number of lymphocytes. Result: The biggest number of lymphocytes was found in the treatment group with 40% golden sea cucumber extract, while the lowest one was found in the control group. The results of one way Anova test then showed a significant difference between the control group and the treatment groups. And, the results of Tukey HSD showed a significant difference between the control group and the treatment group with 40% golden sea cucumber extract. Conclusion: It can be concluded that 40% golden sea cucumber (Stichopus hermanii) extract can increase the number of lymphocytes during the healing process of traumatic ulcer on Wistar rat’s oral mucous.
Jurnal Layanan Masyarakat (Journal of Public Services) Vol. 6 No. 1 (2022): JURNAL LAYANAN MASYARAKAT
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The coffee husk waste has not been utilized optimally by farmers. Coffee skin waste, which has been considered as a leftover material from the production of ground coffee, turns out to have many benefits and uses in life. Based on the results of research by experts, coffee husk waste is useful in agriculture, animal husbandry and fisheries, namely as compost, protein nutrition and additional fiber in animal feed. This solid waste of coffee rind has high levels of organic matter and nutrients that can improve soil structure. One of the efforts that can be done to handle the increasing amount of coffee husk waste is by processing coffee skin waste into compost. The by-products in the form of coffee skins range from 50-60 percent of the harvest. If the yield is 1000 kg of fresh coffee, then about 400-500 kg of coffee beans will be produced and the rest is a by-product in the form of coffee husks. The advantage of this coffee skin compost is that its nitrogen content is quite high, around 6% so that it can substitute for fertilizers containing nitrogen. The problem is that the C/N ratio is high enough that it takes a long time to decompose or the solution is to add nitrogen sources and a decomposer to speed up decomposition. This community service activity was carried out in collaboration with the community in the Bondowoso district, namely the KAPAS Community in Sumbergading Village, Sumberwringin District and the TSS community in Sukosari Lor Village, Sukosari District. In the Bondowoso area, there are many youth communities with various activities aimed at advancing people's lives and improving the socio-economic status of the area. Coffee husk waste is very common in the area, so far, coffee skin waste has not been used optimally, so its benefits cannot be obtained. The solutions offered in this community service activity include: Provide an understanding of the importance of utilizing existing coffee husk waste for communities and communities in the Bondowoso area, Provide training on making fertilizer from coffee husk waste as an innovation in making fertilizer to increase agricultural yields in the Bondowoso area, Exploring and empowering the natural potential that exists in the community environment so that it can be put to good use, Initiate the business of making fertilizer from coffee husk waste as an innovation in making fertilizer for cost efficiency in agriculture Keywords : waste, coffee husk, innovation, fertilizer, health DAFTAR PUSTAKA Dzung NA., Dzung TT.,Khanh VTP.,2013. Evaluation of Coffe Husk Compost for Improving Soil Fertility and Sustainable Coffee Production in Rural Central Highland of Vietnam. Resources and Environment, 3(4), 77-82 Abdoellah, S dan A.Wardani. 1993. Impact of Cocoa Development on Marginal Land to Farmers Income: A Case in Gunung Kidul Regency, Indonesia. Pelita Perkebunan, 9(3), 97 – 104 Bressani, R.1979. The by-products of coffee berries.dalam coffee pulp: composition, technology, and utilization. Editor J. E. Braham and R. Bressani. Ottawa: Institute of Nutrition of Central America and Panama. Berlian, Z., Syarifah, dan Sari DS., 2015. Pengaruh Pemberian Limbah Kulit Kopi (Coffea robusta L.) terhadap Pertumbuhan Cabai Keriting (Capsicum annum L.). Jurnal Biota, 1(1), 22-32. Sahputra, A., Barus A., dan Sipayung R., 2013. Pertumbuhan dan produksi bawang merah (Allium ascalonicum L.) terhadap pemberian kompos kulit kopi dan pupuk organik cair. Jurnal Online Agroekoteknologi, 2(1), 26-35. Maruli, A. 2010. Limbah kopi antar mahasiswa ke jerman. http://www.antaranews.com/berita/2 27334/limbah-kopi-antarmahasiswake jerman/2017.07.18. Afrizon, 2015. Potensi Kopi Sebagai bahan Baku Pupuk Kompos Di Propinsi Bengkulu. AGRITEPA, 2(1). 1, 21-32 Novita E., Fathurrohman A., Pradana HA.,2018. Pemanfaatan Kompos Blok Limbah Kulit Kopi sebagai Media Tanam. Jurnal Agrotek, 2(2), 61- 72 Muryanto, 2004 Muryanto. (2004). Potensi Limbah Kulit Kopi Sebagai Pakan Ternak. Jurnal Lokakarya, 1, 112-114. Triawan DA., Banon C., Adfa M., 2020. Biokonversi Kulit Kopi Menjadi Pupuk Kompos Pada Kelompok Tani Pangestu Rakyat Kabupaten Rejang Lebong. Jurnal Pengabdian Al-Ikhlas, 5(2), 159-165
The effect of capsicum frutescens-l to transient receptor potential vinaloid-1, toll like receptors (tlr-4) and interleukin 1 beta (il-1β) on periodontitis Jenny Sunariani; Latief Mooduto; Yuliati Yuliati
Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science Vol. 2 No. 2 (2017): (Available online: 1 August 2017)
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Objective: Indonesia has many kinds of useful herbs, which are often used as species such as chili, pepper or cayenne pepper (Capsicum frutescens L). Previous study showed topical capsaicin can be used as a therapy to cure pain due to inflammation. Small concentrations of capsaicin can attenuate cytokines in the inflammatory process. Capsaicin studies in animal model showed activation of the transient receptor potential vanilloid-1. Capsaicin can decrease various cytokines such as IL-6, IL-12, IL-1β, and increase IL-10. Capsaicin is a natural agonist for transient receptor potential vanilloid-1. The aim of this study is to prove the effect of capsaicin on transient receptor potential vanilloid-1 expression and TNF-α and TLR-4 toward pain.Material and Methods: An experimental laboratory research used animal model Wistar male rats (Rattus novegicus) induced with Aggregatibacter actinomycetemcomitans serotype b and green chili extract (Capsicum frutescens L.) with a dose of 0.0912 mg/kg/day was applied to surface of the gingiva on maxillary first molar for 7 days. An immunohistochemical examination was conducted to see the density of transient receptor potential vanilloid-1, and the expression of TLR-4 and IL-1β in the mucosal tissues of the oral cavity.Results: There were significant differences in the applications of Capsicum frutescens L. with increasing of TRPV ligand-1 and IL-1β (p < 0.05), while the TLR-4 (p > 0.05) showed a significant difference to TRPV-1 and IL-1β. There is no significant difference to TLR-4.Conclusion: Capsaicin can increase TRPV-1 and decrease IL-1β but did not affect the TLR-4. Capsaicin can be used to decrease pain and accelerate healing process in periodontitis.
Epigallocatechin gallate Mucoadhesive Gingival Patch as Potential Biomaterial to Regulate Macrophage and Lymphocyte Cells in Periodontitis: A Review Sidarningsih Sidarningsih; Indeswati Diyatri; Reinaya Tifa Pratiwi; Jihan Hijriya Nabilla; Yuliati Yuliati; Rini Devijanti Ridwan
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol. 5 No. 1 (2022): January - June
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Background: Periodontitis is a periodontal disease that affects more than 743 million peopleworldwide and causes damage to the periodontal ligament and alveolar bone. One of the bacteriathat can cause periodontitis is Porphyromonas gingivalis (P.gingivalis). P. gingivalis has virulence factors that can damage the periodontal tissue. Treatment of periodontitis is in the form of non- surgical therapy such as scaling and root planning and some cases, doxycycline can be given as adjunctive therapy after scaling and root planing. Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) is one of the catechins found in green tea and has anti-bacterial properties. Purpose: The study aimed to describe the potency of the mucoadhesive gingival patch with EGCG green tea against the number of macrophage cells and lymphocyte cells during periodontitis through narrative review. Review: Mucoadhesive gingiva patch loaded with EGCG has the advantages such as maintaining drug bioavailability, non-invasive, and optimizing drug distribution. Using a mucoadhesive gingiva patch with EGCG can reduce macrophage and lymphocyte cells by inhibiting lipopolysaccharide, a virulence factor of P. gingivalis. Inhibited lipopolysaccharide will inhibit pro-inflammatory cytokines such as TNF-α and IL-6. Macrophage and lymphocyte cells will reduce due to the inhibition of pro inflammatory cytokines. Conclusion: Mucoadhesive gingiva patch with EGCG green tea potentially to decreased macrophage and lymphocyte cells in periodontitis.
The Effect of PDLSCs on Orthodontic Tooth Movement – A Review Yuliati Yuliati; Indah Listiana Kriswandini; Olivia Halim
Indonesian Journal of Dental Medicine Vol. 6 No. 2 (2023): July - December
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Background: Stem cells have been widely used in various fields of the health sector, one of which is dental health. Teeth with malocclusion require orthodontic treatment to achieve good function and aesthetics. Orthodontic tooth movement (OTM) occurs due to a bone remodeling process, namely deposition in areas of tension and resorption in areas of pressure. Differentiated stem cells are thought to influence OTM through several different mechanisms. Purpose: This narrative review seeks to explain how stem cells affect the mobility of orthodontic teeth. Review(s): OTM is aided by inflammatory mediators that are produced as a result of the induction of stem cells in the periodontal ligament. These mediators control osteoclast and osteoblast differentiation and proliferation, as well as bone remodeling. Periodontal ligament stem cells (PDLSCs) are important local immune response modulators in the inflammatory milieu and have an impact on a range of immune cells. Conclusion: PDLSCs, which are included in mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs), play a role in OTM through various mechanisms that can cause acceleration in OTM.