Conventionally ligated versus self-ligating metal brackets—a comparative study
Frictional forces related to self-ligating brackets
Shear bond strength of self-ligating brackets
Magnetic resonance imaging of a percutaneously ligated left atrial appendage
Filling the gap: interventional occlusion of incompletely ligated left atrial appendages
Self-ligating brackets in orthodontics: current concepts and techniques (2011)
Universal linkers for signal amplification in auto-ligating probes
Kinetics of Manganese Absorption in Ligated Small Intestinal Segments of Broilers1
Is it safe to divide and ligate the left innominate vein in complex cardiothoracic surgeries?
Mandibular dental arch changes associated with treatment of crowding using self-ligating and conventional brackets
Comparison of self- and conventional-ligating brackets in the alignment stage
SmartClip™ self-ligating appliance system. Concept and biomechanics (2007)
Torque expression of self-ligating brackets compared with conventional metallic, ceramic, and plastic brackets
A study of the frictional characteristics of four commercially available self-ligating bracket systems
Comparative assessment of forces generated during simulated alignment with self-ligating and conventional brackets
Prevalence and type of pain during conventional and self-ligating orthodontic treatment
Salivary Streptococcus mutans levels in patients with conventional and self-ligating brackets
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1 to join together, especially with a ligature.
2(in chemistry) to join (molecules or molecular fragments) together with a bond; to coordinate.
3 to bind as or to a ligand or ligands.
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