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Response of alanine, tyrosine and leucine aminotransferases to dietary pyridoxine and protein in rat tissues



Response of alanine, tyrosine and leucine aminotransferases to dietary pyridoxine and protein in rat tissues



Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 13(2): 149-152



Weanling male Wistar rats weighing about 40 g were given a diet containing only 8% casein and lacking pyridoxine for 38 days after which they were divided at random into 4 groups. For the next 7 to 10 days 2 groups continued on the low-protein diet, one with a supplement of pyridoxine hydrochloride 1 mg%, and 2 groups were given 18% casein diet, one supplemented with pyridoxine hydrochloride. Two groups were long-term controls, one at each dietary protein level supplemented with pyridoxine.

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