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Reversal of fluoride induced cell injury through elimination of fluoride and consumption of diet rich in essential nutrients and antioxidants



Reversal of fluoride induced cell injury through elimination of fluoride and consumption of diet rich in essential nutrients and antioxidants



Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 234/235(1/2): 335-340



The objective of the present communication is to address the issues concerning reversal of fluoride induced cell injury and disease (i.e. fluorosis) through the elimination of fluoride and consumption of a diet containing essential nutrients and antioxidants. Humans afflicted with fluorosis (n=10; 6 males, 4 females; aged 8-60 years), as a result of consuming fluoride contaminated water or food, have been investigated in India.

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PMID: 12162452

DOI: 10.1023/a:1015986410685


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