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Effects of sodium fluoride on locomotor behavior and a few biochemical parameters in rats
Spontaneous motor activity and motor coordination were tested in adult female rats after treating with sodium fluoride at 20 or 40 mg/kg dose level daily for 60 days, using an activity chamber and a rota-rod apparatus, respectively. Total protein concentrations were determined in skeletal muscle, liver and serum of similarly
The effect of dietary sodium fluoride on internal organs, breast muscle, and bones in captive American kestrels (Falco sparverius)
In 1982, 29 7-day-old American kestrel (Falco sparverius) chicks from captive stock were randomly assigned to one of three dietary regimens: (1) 10 birds were fed daily with cockerel mash (0 ppm of F-: control birds); (2) 10 birds were fed daily with cockerel mash containing 1,120 ppm of F-;
Strong acute toxicity, severe hepatic damage, renal injury and abnormal serum electrolytes after intravenous administration of cadmium fluoride in rats
Cadmium fluoride (CdF) is commonly used as an insulator for ulta high speed mass telecommunications equipment, and there is a considerable risk that industrial workers will inhale CdF particles. Despite the possibility that acute exposure can cause harmful systemic effects, there are no studies to date that address the health
Effect of Duration of Exposure to Fluoride and Type of Diet on Lipid Parameters and De Novo Lipogenesis.
The effect of duration of chronic treatment with fluoride (F, 50 mg/L as NaF) on the lipid profile, lipid droplets and triglycerides (TG) in liver was evaluated in mice with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) previously induced by hyperlipidic diet and in animals fed normocaloric diet. In addition, the effect of
Assessment of non-skeletal fluorosis in children of Jaipur district of Rajasthan, India
Assessment of non skeletal fluorosis in the children (6-14 years) was conducted in the two blocks (a) Palera, Heerawala, Nayabas, Saipur and Birasana of Jamwaramgarh block, (b) Chitanukalan,Jugalpura,Sunderka bas ,Peelwa and Sirsali of Amber of Jaipur district of Rajasthan, India of the children of the study villages. Serum samples of
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