Beryllium chemical speciation in elemental human biological fluids.

@article{Sutton2003BerylliumCS,
  title={Beryllium chemical speciation in elemental human biological fluids.},
  author={Mark Sutton and Stephen R Burastero},
  journal={Chemical research in toxicology},
  year={2003},
  volume={16 9},
  pages={1145-54}
}
The understanding of beryllium chemistry in human body fluids is important for understanding the prevention and treatment of chronic beryllium disease. Thermodynamic modeling has traditionally been used to study environmental contaminant migration and rarely in the examination of metal (particularly beryllium) toxicology. In this work, a chemical thermodynamic speciation code (MINTEQA2) has been used to model and understand the chemistry of beryllium in simulated human biological fluids such as… CONTINUE READING

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