5 edition of Aluminum and its role in biology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Helmut Sigel, with Astrid Sigel.|
|Series||Metal ions in biological systems ;, v. 24|
|Contributions||Sigel, Helmut., Sigel, Astrid.|
|LC Classifications||QP532 .M47 vol. 24, QP535.A4 .M47 vol. 24|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 424 p. :|
|Number of Pages||424|
|LC Control Number||88018937|
The role played by structural biology differs somewhat depending on our prior knowledge of the function of particular molecules under investigation. Where considerable knowledge about function already exists, the determination of three-dimensional structure has almost inevitably led . VACCINES & AUTOIMMUNITY. Edited by Yehuda Shoenfeld, Nancy Agmon-Levin and Lucija Tomljenovic. In light of the discovery of autoimmune/inflammatory syndrome induced by adjuvants, or ASIA, Vaccines and Autoimmunity explores the role of adjuvants – specifically aluminum – in different vaccines and how they can induce diverse autoimmune clinical manifestations in genetically prone 5/5(22).
Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench. cv Jianxi), which shows high Al resistance, accumulates Al in the leaves. The internal detoxification mechanism was studied by purifying and identifying Al complexes in the leaves and roots. About 90% of Al accumulated in the leaves was found in the cell sap, in which the dominant organic acid was oxalic by: Willhite CC, Karyakina NA, Yokel RA, et al. Systematic review of potential health risks posed by pharmaceutical, occupational and consumer exposures to metallic and nanoscale aluminum, aluminum oxides, aluminum hydroxide and its soluble salts. Critical Reviews in Toxicology ; 44 Suppl [PubMed Abstract].
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxix, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Series Title: Metal ions in biological systems, v Aluminum’s abundance and paradoxical lack of biological function remains a biochemical enigma.
It is argued that aluminum’s absence from biochemical processes can be best explained in terms of its “historical” absence from biochemical evolution (Exley a).
In spite of its abundance in the Earth’s crust, aluminum was not. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Metal Ions in Biological Systems Ser.: Metal Ions in Biological Systems Vol.
Aluminum and Its Role in Biology by Helmut Sigel (Trade Cloth / Trade Cloth) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. The electrophysiological variation and synaptic plasticity induced by aluminum are covered, while the metal’s debatable role in AD and the cross-talk between aluminum and genetic susceptibility are also discussed.
In closing, the book reviews the neurotoxic effects of aluminum and its important role in the pathogenesis of AD. This book is an overview of our current understanding of aluminium toxicity and tolerance in plants.
It covers all relevant aspects from molecular and cellular biology, to genetic approaches, root biology and plant physiology. The contribution of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi to alleviating aluminium toxicity is. The electrophysiological variation and synaptic plasticity induced by aluminum are covered, while the metal’s debatable role in AD and the cross-talk between aluminum and genetic susceptibility are also discussed.
In closing, the book reviews the neurotoxic effects of aluminum and its important role in the pathogenesis of : Qiao Niu. Principles of Bone Biology. The metals considered are, aluminum, boron, cadmium, lanthanum, lead, silicon, and strontium.
might bring into light connections between the skeleton and organs previously unsuspected to play a role in its biology and might become critical to develop novel concepts in.
The rumors were that aluminum was linked to Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists pooh-poohed the idea of an aluminum and Alzheimer’s disease connection.
The Alzheimer’s Association calls it a myth and currently states on its website: “ studies have failed to confirm any role for aluminum in causing Alzheimer’s: Aluminium (aluminum in American and Canadian English) is a chemical element with the symbol Al and atomic number It is a silvery-white, soft, non-magnetic and ductile metal in the boron mass, aluminium makes up about 8% of the Earth's crust, where it is the third most abundant element (after oxygen and silicon) and also the most abundant ative name: aluminum (U.S., Canada).
Dietary citrate complexes to aluminum, thereby facilitating its intestinal absorption. Aluminum accumulation has been shown to cause anemia [67,68], low-turnover bone disease , and dialysis dementia .
There are also studies that have implicated aluminum accumulation with left ventricular hypertrophy [71,72]. With improvements in water. The strong but lightweight metal helped change the world in ways previously unimaginable.
But the quest for more aluminum has also had damaging ripple effects on the environment and indigenous. Aluminum is added in small amounts to certain metals to improve their properties for specific uses, as in aluminum bronzes and most magnesium-base alloys; or, for aluminum-base alloys, moderate amounts of other metals and silicon are added to aluminum.
The metal and its alloys are used extensively for aircraft construction, building materials, consumer durables (refrigerators, air conditioners. again with a focus on mechanisms of toxicity, and the role of Al speciation in controlling bioavailability. KEY WORDS: metals, aluminum, speciation, bioavailability, toxicity, review.
INTRODUCTION Investigating the biological effects of aluminum has become a major focus of aquatic research. Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys Introduction and Overview General unique combinations of properties provided by aluminum and its alloys make aluminum one of the most ver-satile, economical, and attractive metallic materials for a broad range of uses—from soft, highly ductile wrapping foil to the most demanding engi.
Book: Biology (Kimball) 1: The Chemical Basis of Life aluminum, are found in tiny amounts in living tissue, but whether they are playing an essential role or are simply an accidental acquisition (aluminum probably is) is sometimes difficult to determine.
The electronic structure of an atom plays the major role in its chemistry. The first book focusing on the role of glass and its central importance to the wine industry Written by a glass scientist at UC Davis, home of the premier viticulture and enology program in North America Interlards discussions of the multi-billion-dollar glass and wine industries with valuable technical insights for scientists, engineers, and.
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Astrid Sigel has studied languages and was an editor of the Metal Ions in Biological Systems series (until Volume 44) and also of the Handbooks on Toxicity of Inorganic Compounds (), on Metals in Clinical and Analytical Chemistry (; both with H. Seiler), and on Metalloproteins (; with Ivano Bertini) (Dekker, New York).
or the base of its tail. These observations are best explained by the fact that. purchasing beverages sold in aluminum cans and plastic bottles. This money is returned to The role that the environment plays in determining which species survive is referred to as.
What book helped establish the scientific method by arguing that theories are no better than the experiments on which they are based. What subject is said to be at the crossroads of biology, physics, and geology.
Who was the American chemistry student that discovered an inexpensive method for producing aluminum metal from its ore?. Though it is not one of the fundamental building blocks of life like Carbon or Iron, it plays an essential role in our biology.
In fact, we would not live very well--or very long--without it. Silicon’s main life-promoting role is to protect us from aluminum, the third most common element in the earth’s crust. New research finds close association between high aluminum content and amyloid-beta Amsterdam, NL – A new study published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease (JAD) supports a growing body of research that links human exposure to aluminum with Alzheimer's disease (AD).
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