Cellular mechanisms of cadmium-induced toxicity: a review.

@article{Rani2014CellularMO,
  title={Cellular mechanisms of cadmium-induced toxicity: a review.},
  author={A. SheelaVimala Rani and Anuj Kumar and Ankita Lal and Manu Pant},
  journal={International journal of environmental health research},
  year={2014},
  volume={24 4},
  pages={
          378-99
        }
}
Cadmium is a widespread toxic pollutant of occupational and environmental concern because of its diverse toxic effects: extremely protracted biological half-life (approximately 20-30 years in humans), low rate of excretion from the body and storage predominantly in soft tissues (primarily, liver and kidneys). It is an extremely toxic element of continuing concern because environmental levels have risen steadily due to continued worldwide anthropogenic mobilization. Cadmium is absorbed in… CONTINUE READING
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