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Sodium fluoride produces a K+ efflux by increasing intracellular Ca2+ through Na+-Ca2+ exchange.
Fluoride and Biochemistry
Biochemistry is the chemistry of living things. From a biochemical point of view when we swallow fluoride we are on a potential “hiding to nothing.” On the one hand, there are no known biochemical processes that need the presence of the fluoride ion to function properly. On the other hand, there are many processes that […]