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1 Caulk state that dental amalgam should not be used:

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5 Aposhian HV Bruce DC Alter W Dart RC Hurlbut KM Aposhian MM Urinary mercury after administration of 2,3-dimercaptopropane-1- sulfonic acid: correlation with dental amalgam score. FASEB J (1992 Apr) 6(7):2472-6

6 Aposhian HV Maiorino RM Rivera M Bruce DC Dart RC Hurlbut KM Levine DJ Zheng W Fernando Q Carter D et al Human studies with the chelating agents, DMPS and DMSA. J Toxicol Clin Toxicol (1992) 30(4):505-28

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59 Retrograde Axonal Transport of Mercury in Primary Sensory Neurons Innervating the Tooth Pulp in the Rat. Neurosci Lett. 115(1):29-32. Jul 17, 1990.

60 Aschner: Effects of systemic methyl mercury-adulterated water consumption on fast axonal transport in the rat visual system. Acta Pharmacol Toxicol (Copenh) (1986 Nov) 59(5):349-55

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65 Haley, BE. et al FASEB J. 9(4): A-3845. FASEB Annual Meeting, Atlanta Georgia, 10 March 1995.

66 Duhr, E; Pendergrass, C; Kasarskis, E; Slevin, J; Haley, B. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB). 75th Annual Meeting. Atlanta, Georgia. 21-25 April 1991. Abstract 493. Hg2+ Induces GTP-Tubulin Interactions in Rat Brain Similar to Those Observed in Alzheimer's Disease.

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