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Studies on the toxic factor in bracken fern. II. Haemorrhagic changes in the urinary bladder of guinea pigs produced by feeding an ethanol extract of bracken fern



Studies on the toxic factor in bracken fern. II. Haemorrhagic changes in the urinary bladder of guinea pigs produced by feeding an ethanol extract of bracken fern



Bulletin of the Faculty of Agriculture, Tottori University 28: 66-72



A bracken extract added to the diet of guinea-pigs for three weeks produced bladder changes similar to those found in cattle. These changes did not occur in mice, rats or rabbits.

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