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Aluminum smelting industry is implicated with documented health risks. This study examined toxic effects of aluminum smelting dust as a real-life chemical hazard instead of single aluminum compounds, which seldom exist in real life. Methods: Adult male rats were gavaged acute (3 consecutive days) and chronic (6 weeks) doses of two dust concentrations (10 and 20 mg kg-1). Experimental investigation included toxic metal accumulation and biochemical analysis of blood and liver. Result: Aluminumdoi:10.18805/ag.d-287 fatcat:dn2kltdi6ffmhdtlcoixajgrjq