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Nail and bone surface as biomarkers for acute fluoride exposure in rats.
Finally, in our 48-h study, we found that bone surface fluo- ride concentrations increased sooner than those in the nails and that they did not decline as they did in nails. This suggests that fluoride accumulation on the periosteal surface of the femur is faster and less likely to change as a function of time. […]