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Effect of protein deficiency in rats on the toxicity of captan. 2. Activity of some enzymes in the blood serum and liver of rats in relation to proportions of protein and captan in the diet


, : Effect of protein deficiency in rats on the toxicity of captan. 2. Activity of some enzymes in the blood serum and liver of rats in relation to proportions of protein and captan in the diet. Roczniki Panstwowego Zakladu Higieny 28(2): 121-131

2. Rats were given diets containing 24, 8 or 4% protein with 0.01 or 0.1% of the fungicide captan or none. Certain enzymes were estimated in blood serum and liver homogenates, also total protein and protein fractions in serum and soluble protein in liver, which was examined histologically. Records were kept of bodyweight and food intake. Results after 1, 4 and 12 weeks are presented. Captan toxicity increased in rats on protein-deficient food.

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