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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of remineralize.
- adj. mineralized again (following demineralization)
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So while carbon dioxide at first shifts relatively quickly to the faster-acting pools, levels of all pools besides mineral will remain somewhat elevated until the same amount of carbon has been remineralized as was subject to fossil fuel combustion.
But as early as 2004, Gordon Strewler, M. in the New England Journal of M.dicine and Susan M. Ott, M. in the Annals of Internal M.dicine warned the remineralized bones could become brittle and fracture-prone and that the drug may actually cause what it is supposed to prevent.