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Variable changes in heavy metal absorption after milk feeding



Variable changes in heavy metal absorption after milk feeding



Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 40(2): 77A



Groups of 6 rats were given cows' milk as their only food for periods ranging from 4 h to 11 days. At the end of the milk-feeding period, each rat was given about 100 kBq 203Pb or 65Zn by stomach tube and killed 1 h later. Radioactivity was measured in blood, tissues and gut-free carcasses.

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