The oestrone loading test was carried out on fifteen patients suffering from fluorine liver damage. Three pattern curves of the oestrogen fraction (oestrone, 17?-oestradiol and oestriol) excretion in the urine were established. Our data show that there were disturbances in oestrogen metabolism in patients with fluorine liver damage.
Lead enhances fluoride influence on apoptotic processes in the HepG2 liver cell line.
Chronic long-term exposure to high levels of fluoride leads to fluorosis, manifested by skeletal fluorosis and damage to internal organs, including kidneys, liver, parathyroid glands, and brain. Excess fluoride can also cause DNA damage, trigger apoptosis, and change cell cycle. The effect of fluoride may be exacerbated by lead (Pb),
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
Fluoride exposure and kidney and liver function among adolescents in the United States: NHANES, 2013–2016.
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Relationship between fluoride deposition and metastatic calcification in soft tissues of rat and guinea pig
Two studies have been conducted to investigate whether there is a relationship between the disposition of fluoride in various soft tissues of rats and guinea pigs and the levels of calcium and phosphorous in the tissues. The results suggest that when rats receive a stock corn diet there is a
Effects of melatonin and epiphyseal proteins on fluoride-induced adverse changes in antioxidant status of heart, liver, and kidney of rats
Several experimental and clinical reports indicated the oxidative stress-mediated adverse changes in vital organs of human and animal in fluoride (F) toxicity. Therefore, the present study was undertaken to evaluate the therapeutic effect of buffalo (Bubalus bubalis) epiphyseal (pineal) proteins (BEP) and melatonin (MEL) against F-induced oxidative stress in heart,
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