Amalgam: Eine Risikobewertung unter Berücksichtigung der neuen Literatur bis 2005

  title={Amalgam: Eine Risikobewertung unter Ber{\"u}cksichtigung der neuen Literatur bis 2005},
  author={Joachim Mutter and Johann Gottlieb Naumann and Harald Walach and Franz D. Daschner},
Amalgam, welches weltweit seit 150 Jahren als Zahnfullmaterial verwendet wird, besteht aus etwa 50 % elementarem Quecksilber und einer Mischung aus Silber, Zinn, Kupfer und Zink. Aus fertigen Amalgamfullungen werden kontinuierlich kleine Mengen an Quecksilberdampf freigesetzt. Amalgam tragt dabei signifikant zur menschlichen Quecksilberbelastung bei. Quecksilber kann in Organen, insbesondere im Gehirn akkumulieren, da die Bindung zu Proteinen starker als die von anderen Schwermetallen (z. B… Expand
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  • Art
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Zur Risikobewertung des zahnärztlichen Füllungswerkstoffes Amalgam
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  • Medicine
  • Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz
  • 2001
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Dental amalgam and multiple sclerosis: a case-control study in Montreal, Canada.
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