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Orchard Road South. Edinburgh 4. Scotland. 29 30 C. P. STEWMT AND S. C. FRAZER their chapter on magnesium in their classic “Quantitative Clinical Chemistry” by saying that up to that time no clinical significance had been ascribed to changes in magnesium metabolism. Elkinton went on to say that at the time he was writing we were still not much wiser. In spite of much work and numerous publications that remark could still, with truth, be made today. It is true that progress has been made in delineating the circumstances in which magnesium deficiency may arise or magnesium intoxication be produced; there is a wide unbridged gap between what we know of these circumstances and our knowledge of the part played by magnesium in activating cellular enzymes and in intercellular transport.
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Advances in Clinical Chemistry, Vol. 6 by Harry Sobotka (Ed.), C.P. Stewart (Ed.)