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Learning in rats after large doses of folic acid

, : Learning in rats after large doses of folic acid. Nutrition Reports International 17(4): 457-462

For 3 weeks groups of 10 male Charles River rats were given a stock diet or a diet deficient in folacin containing 1% sulfasuxidine and supplemented with folic acid 2 or 100 mu g/g. Serum folacin in rats given excess folic acid was 287 ng/ml compared with 92.66 ng/ml for those on the stock diet and 75.40 ng/ml for the other control group. Folacin in erythrocytes was 1821.88, 674.88 and 714.38 ng/ml, respectively.


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