Oral aluminum administration to rats with normal renal function. 2. Body distribution.

@article{Garbossa1998OralAA,
  title={Oral aluminum administration to rats with normal renal function. 2. Body distribution.},
  author={Graciela Garbossa and Gino Galvez and Gavino Perez and Jorge D Stripeikis and Mabel Beatr{\'i}z Tudino and Alcira Beatriz Nesse},
  journal={Human & experimental toxicology},
  year={1998},
  volume={17 6},
  pages={318-22}
}
Aluminum (Al) has no known physiological function and is not considered an essential dietary compound. Nowadays, it is recognized as an element that can produce adverse effects on biological systems. The present study determined Al partitioning in the body compartments of rats that have been orally exposed for 15 weeks. Three experimental groups were studied: Controls (C, n=19), TAl-1 (n=10) rats receiving daily doses of Al citrate (1.0 micromol/g body weight) by gavage and TAl-2 (n=13… CONTINUE READING