By Marc E. de Broe, Patrick C. D’Haese (auth.), Marc E. de Broe, Jack W. Coburn (eds.)
` ... the cloth awarded offers important info in regards to the organic results and medical syndromes linked to aluminum publicity. This quantity could be helpful for college students and nephrologists who're drawn to furthering their figuring out of the area.'
Dialysis and Transplantation, 20/1, January 1991
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Because Mg2+ and phosphate take part in a diverse array of biochemical processes, AP+ has many opportunities to disrupt functions in an organism. AP+ should be especially potent in tissues lacking strong chelators such as citrate and transferrin which reduce the free AP+ concentration (Table 1). Lacking this pair of ligands, even with less total AP+ than the plasma, the free AP+ concentrations in neural and other tissues may rise to harmful levels. 24 Acknowledgement This research was supported by a grant from the NIEHS (ESO 4446).
Within a month, and disappearance of the neurological features. In the second patient , dialysed with AI-free water for many years, an oral dose of 6 g Al hydroxide per day produced a sharp rise in serum-AI from 70 to 610 ug/1 within 4 months (Fig. 1). Owing to regular serum-AI monitoring this therapy could be discontinued before clinical symptoms developed. This resulted in an immediate drop in serum-AI to 50ug/1 and less. After a year, a marked hyperpho- 43 88 Apatite ~ born 24-01-'53 ,.......
5, catecholamines, and phosphoproteins. 9. Thus at equal ligand concentrations at pH 7 AP+ binding to nucleoside triphosphates is 100 times stronger than to catecholamines. Protein phosphorylation-dephosphorylation reactions furnish a regulatory mechanism in body cells. Phosphoproteins provide likely binding sites for AP+, especially if there were to be a conjunction of several phosphate and carboxylate groups. An abnormally phosphorylated tau protein appears in the neurofibrillary tangles of an Alzheimer's diseased brain .
Aluminum and renal failure by Marc E. de Broe, Patrick C. D’Haese (auth.), Marc E. de Broe, Jack W. Coburn (eds.)