Genotoxic effects of aluminum chloride in cultured human lymphocytes treated in different phases of cell cycle.

Abstract

Aluminum (Al) is the most abundant metal and the third common chemical element on earth. It is known that Al is toxic, especially its trivalent form (Al(3+)), that represents the its most soluble form. Al intoxication is related to some pathogenic disorders, principally neurodegeneratives ones as Parkinson and Alzheimer diseases. The present study aimed to… (More)

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@article{Lima2007GenotoxicEO, title={Genotoxic effects of aluminum chloride in cultured human lymphocytes treated in different phases of cell cycle.}, author={Phyllipe Lima and D S Leite and Marcelo Vasconcellos and Bruno Co{\^e}lho Cavalcanti and R. A. Santos and Let{\'i}cia V Costa-Lotufo and Cl{\'a}udia do {\'O}. Pessoa and M. O. de Moraes and Rommel M{\'a}rio Rodr{\'i}guez Burbano}, journal={Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association}, year={2007}, volume={45 7}, pages={1154-9} }