Aluminum speciation studies in biological fluids. Part 6. Quantitative investigation of aluminum(III)-tartrate complex equilibria and their potential implications for aluminum metabolism and toxicity.

@article{Desroches2000AluminumSS,
  title={Aluminum speciation studies in biological fluids. Part 6. Quantitative investigation of aluminum(III)-tartrate complex equilibria and their potential implications for aluminum metabolism and toxicity.},
  author={S Desroches and Sandrine Dayd{\'e} and Guy Berthon},
  journal={Journal of inorganic biochemistry},
  year={2000},
  volume={81 4},
  pages={
          301-12
        }
}
Recent epidemiological studies have confirmed the existence of a correlation between aluminum level in low-silica drinking water and prevalence of Alzheimer's disease. Also, oral aluminum-based phosphate binders and antacids may induce acute aluminum toxicity. Whatever the source of the metal ingested, its bioavailability is a function of the chemical forms under which it occurs in the gastrointestinal tract, i.e. of the ligands with which the Al3+ ion may associate. Dietary acids in particular… Expand
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