New treatment for an old problem: lead poisoning
"In this study, the dual benefits as possible chelator/antioxidant of two new compounds, seleno-DL-cystine and thiosalicylic acid sodium salt, were compared to that of succimer, a fairly new oral metal chelating agent, which is commonly used in treating lead poisoning."--Abstract, page iii.
Ph. D. in Chemistry
University of Missouri--Rolla
xi, 104 pages
© 2002 Nukhet Aykin-Burns, All rights reserved.
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Lead poisoning -- Treatment
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Aykin-Burns, Nukhet, "New treatment for an old problem: lead poisoning" (2002). Doctoral Dissertations. 1463.
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