Saturday, February 04, 2006

Bartholomew Cubbins on Autism Episode 5: The Challenges of a Chelator (mov)

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Just a quick and qualitative look at some of the reasons why I believe that conventional chelators will likely have a difficult time binding mercury ions that are bound within cells. Let's not even get into the difference of binding and lifetime kinetics of the different forms of mercury.

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