Further Reading

Ackrill P and Day JP (1993) The use of desferrioximine in dialysis-associated aluminium disease. Contributions to Nephrology 102: 125-134.

Day JP, Drumm PV, Edwardson JA et al. (1994) Biological chemistry of aluminium studied using 26Al and accelerator mass spectrometry. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 92: 463-468.

Doll R (1993) Review: Alzheimer's disease and environmental aluminium. Age and Ageing 22: 138-153.

Edwardson JA, Moore PB, Ferrier IN et al. (1993) Effect of silicon on gastrointestinal absorption of aluminium. Lancet 342: 211-212.

Gardner MJ and Gunn AM (1995) Speciation and bioavailability of aluminium in drinking water. Chemical Speciation and Bioavailability 7: 9-16.

National Research Council (2003) Food and Nutrition Board: Food Chemicals Codex, 5th edn Washington, DC: National Academy Press.

Nieboer E and Gibson BL (1993) In Health Effects of Aluminum: A Critical Review with Emphasis on Aluminum in Drinking Water. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of Health.

Pennington JAT and Schoen SA (1995) Estimates of dietary exposures to aluminium. Food Additives and Contaminants 5: 119-128.

Powell JJ and Thompson RPH (1993) The chemistry of aluminium in the intestinal lumen and its uptake and absorption. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 52: 241-253.

Priest ND (1993) The bioavailability and metabolism of aluminium compounds in man. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 52: 231-240.

Priest ND (2004) The biological behaviour and bioavailability of aluminium in man, with special reference to studies employing aluminium-26 as a tracer: Review and study update. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 6: 1-30.

Priest ND, Newton D, Day JP et al. (1995) Human metabolism of aluminium-26 and gallium-67 injected as citrates. Human & Environmental Toxicology 14: 287-293.

Priest ND, Talbot RJ, Austin JG et al. (1996) The bioavailability of aluminium-26 labelled aluminium citrate and aluminium hydroxide in volunteers. Biometals 9: 221-228.

Rowan MJ (1993) Recent research on the causes of Alzheimer's disease. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 52: 255-262.

Talbot RJ, Newton D, Priest ND et al. (1995) Intersubject variability in the metabolism of aluminium following intravenous injection as citrate. Human & Experimental Toxicology 14: 595-599.

US Department of Health and Human Services (1999) Toxicolo-gical Profile for Aluminum. Atlanta: US Department of Health and Human Services, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Public Health Service.

World Health Organization (1997) Environmental Health Criteria 194: Aluminum. Geneva: World Health Organization, International Programme on Chemical Safety.

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