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Abnormal Trace Metals In Man: Arsenic.

H. Schroeder, J. Balassa
Published 1966 · Medicine

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A survey of arsenic in the biosphere, involving analyses of substances by which man is exposed, has been made, using ashing at low temperatures and chemical methods. Arsenic was found in soils, most foods, many waters, almost all plants and plant products and in most animal tissues. Arsenic is ubiquitous in the biosphere, with a few exceptions. Data is included which show the amount of arsenic found in numerous foods, plants and plant products, as well as in mammalian tissues and fluids. Arsenic is examined as a biologic trace element according to the following criteria: ubiquity, presence in living things, atomic structure and biochemical actions, homeostasis, toxicity, arsenic in disease, mammalian metabolism, arsenic balance in man and arsenate as an essential trace element.
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