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EC number: 236-675-5
CAS number: 13463-67-7
Table 1: Element concentrations per tissue
weight (ppm) in human skin and lymph node samples analyzed by ICP-MS.
Abbreviations: LN = lymph node. Elements measured (non-specified
oxidation states): aluminum (Al), barium (Ba), bromine (Br), cadmium
(Cd), chromium (Cr), copper (Cu), iodine (I), iron (Fe), lead (Pd),
manganese (Mn), mercury (Hg), nickel (Ni), rubidium (Rb), titanium (Ti),
tungsten (W), and zinc (Zn). #Non-quantitatively identified elements
(elements marked in bold are associated with tattoo pigments). a: Wet
basis, average from 21 male/female cadavers (Saltzman et al., 1990)*. b:
Tissue dry weight, average in hilar lymph nodes from 3 cadavers (Rezuke
et al., 1987)**. cTissue dry weight, average in hilar lymph nodes from
12 male cadavers (Teraoke, 1981)***.
Ti, Mn, Zn,
Mn, W, Rb,
2.94/ 5.89a 7.6c
0.24/ 0.20a 2.5c
* Saltzman, B. E., Gross, S. B., Yeager, D.
W., Meiners, B. G. & Gartside, P. S. Total body burdens and tissue
concentrations of lead, cadmium, copper, zinc, and ash in 55 human
cadavers. Environ. Res. 52, 126–145 (1990).
** Rezuke, W. N., Knight, J. A. & Sunderman,
F. W. Reference values for nickel concentrations in human tissues and
bile. Am. J. Ind. Med. 11, 419–426 (1987).
*** Teraoka, H. Distribution of 24 elements
in the internal organs of normal males and the metallic workers in
Japan. Arch. Environ. Health 36, 155–165 (1981).
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