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Age-dependent accumulation of cadmium in rats exposed to contaminated drinking water; interactions with zinc and copper and subcellular Cd distribution in kidney cells






Journal of Trace Elements and Electrolytes in Health and Disease 3(4): 217-223

Age-dependent accumulation of cadmium in rats exposed to contaminated drinking water; interactions with zinc and copper and subcellular Cd distribution in kidney cells

One of each pair of female sister rats aged 1, 4, 7 or 10 months old was exposed for 3 months to cadmium 31.5 mg/litre (as CdCl2) in drinking water and sacrificed immediately after Cd exposure together with its untreated sister. Concentrations of Cd, zinc and copper were estimated in the kidneys (medulla and cortex), liver, duodenum and uterus. The subcellular distribution of Cd estimated in renal tissue.

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Accession: 002020658

PMID: 2535345



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