Heavy Metal Chelation and Detoxification Research

2019 Clinical Case Study: Modified Citrus Pectin and Alginate Combo Safely Remove Uranium

2019 Preclinical Study: Environmental Toxins Impair Immune System over Multiple Generations

2018 Preclinical Study: Evaluation of dietary compounds to reduce mercury bioavailability

2017 Preclinical Study: Alginate in the treatment against acute lead poisoning

2017 Preclinical Study: Lead-binding capacity of pectates with different molecular weight

2015 Preclinical Study: Lead removal using calcium alginate

2013 Preclinical Study: Pectin gel traps mycotoxin and reduces its bioavailability

2011 Clinical Study: Alginates in Paraquat Ingestion

2010 Clinical Study: Pectin is Effective for Radioprotection Where Consumption of Radioactively Contaminated Food is Unavoidable

2008 Clinical Study: Alginates Improved Survival after Paraquat Ingestion

2008 Clinical Study: Modified Citrus Pectin as an Effective Chelator of Lead in Children Hospitalized with Toxic Lead Levels

2007 Clinical Study: The Role of Modified Citrus Pectin and Alginates in Heavy Metal Chelation and Detoxification

2007 Clinical Study: Pectin Consumption and Reduced Radiation in Children

2006 Clinical Study: The Effect of Modified Citrus Pectin on Urinary Excretion of Toxic Elements

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