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Effect of calorie/nitrogen ratio and energy intake on the recovery from 70% hepatectomy in rats


, : Effect of calorie/nitrogen ratio and energy intake on the recovery from 70% hepatectomy in rats. Journal of the Chinese Nutrition Society 20(3): 279-288

Effect of energy/nitrogen (kcal/N) ratio and energy intake on recovery from 70% hepatectomy was studied in rats. Male Wistar rats weighing about 250 g were partially hepatectomized and given limited or free access to 1 of 6 diets with different kcal/N ratios. Sham-operated rats were used as controls. Body weight, liver weight, liver composition and haematological values were measured to assess recovery.

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