Caries preventive mechanisms of fluoride in milk and fluoride in water. Plasma fluoride profiles. Direct comparisons of the plasma fluoride profiles in fasting human subjects

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Biological plausibility is an essential stage in establishing the therapeutic value of a preventive or curative agent. Ultimately, efficacy and effectiveness are tested in clinical trials and community programme evaluations, which provide reassurance and guidance for potential users. Almost invariably, biological plausibility is demonstrated before clinical… (More)

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@inproceedings{Edgar2005CariesPM, title={Caries preventive mechanisms of fluoride in milk and fluoride in water. Plasma fluoride profiles. Direct comparisons of the plasma fluoride profiles in fasting human subjects}, author={William Edgar}, year={2005} }