Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Scientific Facts on the Biological Effects of Mercury Amalga

Scientific Facts on the Biological Effects of Mercury Amalgams

Mercury penetrates the blood-brain barrier around the brain, and as little as one part per million can impair this barrier, permitting entry of substances in the blood that would otherwise be excluded.
--Chang and Hartman, 1972; Chang and Burkholder, 1974
The effect of mercury on the nervous system selectively inhibits protein and amino acid absorption into brain tissue.
--Yoshino et al.,1966; Steinwall, 1969; Steinwall and Snyder, 1969; Cavanagh and Chen, 1971
Mercury inhibits the synaptic uptake of neurotransmitters in the brain and can produce subsequent development of Parkinson's disease.
--Ohlson and Hogstedt, "Parkinsons Disease and Occupational Exposure to Organic Solvents, Agricultural Chemicals and Mercury" Scandinavian Journal of Work Environment Health Vol 7 No.4 : 252-256,1981
Mercury is nephrotoxic (toxic to the kidneys) and causes pathological damage.
--Nicholson et al, "Cadmium and Mercury Nephrotoxicity" Nature Vol 304:633, 1983
Chronic exposure to mercury may cause an excess of serum proteins in the urine which may progress to nephrotic syndrome and peculiar susceptibility to infections that break into and modify the course of any pre-existing disease. Read more...

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