okay, here's some interesting stuff i found here:http://www.atsdr.cdc.gov/toxprofiles...tml#bookmark12
under the health effects section. the entire article is 117 pages long and deals with lots of data for oral, inhalation, and dermal exposure, i skimmed about the first 75 pages and came upon this regarding injections of aluminum citrate (which from what i can tell is NOT in vaccines):
|Human and animal studies have investigated the aluminum retention in the body. Within the first day of 26 Al citrate, approximately 59% of the dose was excreted in the urine of six receiving a single injection of
subjects; 72 and 1.2% was excreted in the urine and feces, respectively, during the first 5 days (Talbot et al. 1995). At the end of 5 days, it was estimated that 27% of the dose was retained in the body (Priest et al. 1995; Talbot et al. 1995).
When 26 Al levels were monitored more than 3 years after a single subject
received the injection, a half-life of approximately 7 years was calculated (Priest et al. 1995). However,
when the subject was re-examined approximately 10 years after the injection, a half-life of about 50 years was estimated (Priest 2004).
the complete preist citation is this:
*Priest ND. 1993. Satellite symposium on ‘Alzheimer's disease and dietary aluminum’: The bioavailability and metabolism of aluminum compounds in man. Proc Nutr Soc 52:231-240.
*Priest ND. 2004. The biological behaviour and bioavailability of aluminum in man, with special reference to studies employing aluminum-26 as a tracer: Review and study update. J Environ Monit 6(5):375-403.
*Priest ND, Newton D, Day JP, et al. 1995. Human metabolism of aluminum-26 and gallium-67 injected as citrates. Hum Exp Toxicol 14(3):287-293.
*Priest ND, Talbot RJ, Austin JG, et al. 1996. The bioavailability of
aluminum hydroxide in volunteers. BioMetals 9(3):221-228
this was about rabbits
but it was the only thing i've found regarding the types of aluminum found in vaccines.
|Flarend et al. (1997) estimated aluminum absorption in rabbits following intramuscular injection of labelled aluminum hydroxide or aluminum phosphate adjuvants used for vaccines. Aluminum from both
solutions was absorbed, appearing in the blood as early as 1 hour after injection. Three times as much aluminum from the aluminum phosphate adjuvant was absorbed during the first 28 days after exposure;
since the terminal phase of the blood concentration curve was not reached by that time, this difference may be due to differences in the rate of absorption.
*Flarend RE, Hem SL, White JL, et al. 1997. In vivo absorption of aluminum-containing vaccine adjuvants using 26 Al. Vaccine 15(12-13)1314-1317.
i haven't followed these up yet so i'm not sure what they'll say but it seems like it might be interesting either way.