Journal of Alzheimerâs Disease 10 (2006) 451â452 IOS Press Commentary Christopher Exley Birchall Centre for Inorganic Chemistry and Materials Science, Lennard-Jones Laboratories, Keele University, UK E-mail: email@example.com The Commentary by Zatta  on our recent publication  is error strewn and interwoven with unsubstantiated claims which can only serve to blur the edges not only of the research published in our paper but also the general question of the role of aluminium in Alzheimerâs disease . It is perhaps surprising that someone who has built his scientiï¬c reputation on the investigation of the putative role of aluminium in AD should now present such a prejudiced view. The essence of Zattaâs piece is immediately clear from its title. The use of the term âVexata Questioâ implies that putting aluminium and AD together is to act in a malicious, irritating and even trivial manner. He is imploring the reader as to why he/she should have to waste his/her time considering aluminium and AD and not least because of new data  which he believes leaves more to the imagination than to the scientiï¬c method. His major unsubstantiated criticism is âmodestlyâ reiterated at the end of the Commentary and concerns the
Journal of Alzheimer's Disease – IOS Press
Published: Jan 1, 2006
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