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From: J Am Acad Dermatol (1989 May) 20(5 Pt 2):903-8Aluminum was the only nonorganic element present in the test site tissue.

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From: Allergy (1985 Jul) 40(5):368-72A follow-up study of 202 children who had received hyposensitization with aluminium-containingallergens showed that 1-3 years after cessation of hyposensitization 13 children still had severely treatment-resistant subcutaneous nodules in their forearms.

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A series of multicomponent Al-Co-Cr-Cu-Fe-Ni nanoparticles with different aluminum contents were prepared by modified arc-discharge method. The effect of Al element on crystal structure, microstructure, corrosion resistance, and …
From: Food Addit Contam (1995 Jan-Feb) 12(1):119-28Daily intakes of aluminium were estimated for 14 age-sex groups based on the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Total Diet Study dietary exposure model.


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From: Biol Trace Elem Res (1996 May) 52(2):181-92In the present study, an attempt has been made to investigate the distribution of aluminum in different regions of brain and body organs of male albino rats, following subacute and acute aluminum exposure.

From: Ann Ist Super Sanita (1993) 29(1):147-52The involvement of aluminium in the aetiology of a number of human pathological diseases has altered its status from being a nontoxic, nonabsorbable, harmless element.

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From: ASAIO Trans (1989 Jul-Sep) 35(3):674-6During a study of priming solutions for extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) in the intensive care nursery, it was discovered that those solutions using certain brands of 25% albumin contained aluminum levels within the toxic range.