Ali El Hili

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Intragastric administration to rats of four soluble lanthanides cerium, lanthanum, europium, thulium and of three soluble elements of group IIIA aluminium, indium and gallium has been shown in previous studies. In this work two new rare earths gadolinium and terbium were studied using the same protocols and the same methods (transmission electron microscopy(More)
The subcellular localization of cerium and lanthanum in the intestinal mucosa was studied after oral administration of cerium chloride or lanthanum chloride or lanthanum chloride followed 30 minutes after of cerium chloride to young adults Wistar rats. Two methods of observation and microanalysis were used. The transmission electron microscopy revealed the(More)
The subcellular behavior of several mineral elements was studied using modern techniques of observation like transmission electron microscopy and analysis like electron probe microanalysis and secondary ion mass spectrometry. In the present ultrastructural and analytical investigations, we undertake to compare the intracellular behavior of a heavy metal,(More)
Gold injected under the form of anti-rheumatoid polyarthritis soluble solutions provokes, as observed by electron microscope, a deposit of crystalline micro-needles in different tissues, like in cells of adrenal and suprarenal glands, in Leydig cells of the testicles, in isolated thyrocytes and in thyroid endothelial cells. They are present as bundles,(More)
Several studies have demonstrated that In used in medicine has several impacts on organs like spleen and lungs after its systemic administration. In the present study, ultrastructural and microanalytical methods were used to investigate the impact of the presence of this element in the intestinal mucosa, the liver, the kidney and the testicle after its(More)
The behaviour of the intestinal mucosa and of the liver after an administration of a gadolinium salt has been studied in the Wistar rat using transmission electron microscopy, ion mass spectrometry, and electron probe microanalysis. Six hours after parenteral administration, gadolinium is concentrated with phosphorus in the lysosomes of hepatocytes and(More)
Growth mechanisms of urinary calculi were studied using a scanning electron microscope (SEM) and an x-ray microanalyser (WDS). The observations obtained by SEM and x-ray mapping suggest with calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, sulfur and potassium a possible schema of growth mechanisms for urinary calculi.
Aluminium and indium are two elements used in industrial and medical fields. The purpose of this work was to study the subcellular localization of these elements, after their single and simultaneous oral administration to rats. 2h after the administration of these two elements, the small intestine and the liver were removed.Ultrastructural study showed the(More)
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