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Combined exposure to heavy metals and pesticides can lead to more severe effects on human health compared to their individual effects.
Alternatively spliced methionine synthase in SH-SY5Y neuroblastoma cells: Cobalamin and GSH dependence and inhibitory effects of neurotoxic metals and thimerosal
Thimerosal reduces people’s ability to make all-important vitamin B12 compounds that help the body detoxify and control inflammation—and B12 deficiencies and severely impaired detoxification are hallmarks of autism.
Assessment of hair aluminum, lead, and mercury in a sample of autistic Egyptian children: Environmental risk factors of heavy metals in autism
Autistic children accumulate metals at a much higher level than children who do not have a diagnosis of autism.
Scientists review literature and raise concerns about denial of environmental toxin link to autism.
Dynamical properties of elemental metabolism distinguish attention deficit hyperactivity disorder from autism spectrum disorder
Metabolism of metals and toxins may play a role in ADHD and autism development, evidence may be detectable.
Current knowledge on endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) from animal biology to humans, from pregnancy to adulthood: Highlights from a national Italian meeting
The preponderance of the evidence indicates that mercury exposure is causal and/or contributory to ASD.
Immunoexcitotoxicity as the central mechanism of etiopathology and treatment of autism spectrum disorders: a possible role of fluoride and aluminum
Fluoride and aluminum, alone or in combination, can produce the condition of “immunoexcitotoxicity” that leads to the pathological changes seen in autism.
Aluminum in vaccines is highly neurotoxic and exposure levels given to infants have dramatically increased.
Blood levels of mercury and lead are much higher in autistic children as compared to normal controls.
Many heavy metals increase the apparent toxicity of low levels of mercury.