Aluminum transfer as glutamate complex through blood-brain barrier

@article{Deloncle1990AluminumTA,
  title={Aluminum transfer as glutamate complex through blood-brain barrier},
  author={Roger Deloncle and Olivier Guillard and Frank Clanet and Philippe Courtois and Alain Piriou},
  journal={Biological Trace Element Research},
  year={1990},
  volume={25},
  pages={39-45}
}
In vitro distribution of aluminium between plasma and erythrocytes has been studied in the presence of variable amounts of sodiuml-glutamate. With a red blood cell suspension in isotonic sodium chloride, aluminium remains confined in erythrocytes even when the sodiuml-glutamate concentration increases in the medium. Aluminium initially present in plasma penetrates red blood cells when sodiuml-glutamate increases in whole blood, showing that this metal is able in vitro to cross the erythrocyte… CONTINUE READING
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