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Potential increase of organisms stability to tetrachloromethane under effect of neutral anolyte

, : Potential increase of organisms stability to tetrachloromethane under effect of neutral anolyte. Toksikologicheskii Vestnik (1): 32-35

It was shown that peroral administration of neutral anolyte to rats for 2 weeks before starting modelling of toxic hepatitis lowered toxic action of tetrachloromethane.


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