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The Putative role of Environmental Aluminium in the Development of Chronic Neuropathology in Adults and Children

Metabolic Brain Disease, July 2017 Abstract: The conceptualisation of autistic spectrum disorder and Alzheimer’s disease has undergone something of a paradigm shift in recent years and rather than being viewed as single illnesses with a unitary pathogenesis and pathophysiology they...
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