Since beginning the work on establishing silicon’s essentiality and function in higher animals,1 all tissues analyzed for Si have been analyzed simultaneously for Al and a number of other elements which resulted in the establishment of a relationship between Si and Al.2
- Essential Trace Element
- Posterior Cortex
- CIBA Foundation Symposium
- Emented Group
- Aluminum Accumulation
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Carlisle, E.M., Curran, M.J. (1988). A Silicon and Aluminum Interaction in the Rat. In: Hurley, L.S., Keen, C.L., Lönnerdal, B., Rucker, R.B. (eds) Trace Elements in Man and Animals 6. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4613-0723-5_87
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