Metals in cigarette smoke

  title={Metals in cigarette smoke},
  author={D. Bernhard and A. Rossmann and G. Wick},
  journal={IUBMB Life},
  • D. Bernhard, A. Rossmann, G. Wick
  • Published 2005
  • Biology, Medicine
  • IUBMB Life
  • Metals are vital for a huge number of physiological processes in the human body, but can also destroy health when the concentration is not within the physiologically favourable range. Cigarette smoking interferes with the carefully controlled metal homeostasis of the human body. This review focuses on the consequences of metal delivery to the human body by cigarette smoking and discusses the body's responses. The metal content of tobacco plants, smoke, the circulation, and various organs is… CONTINUE READING
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