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Effect of iron supplementation on oxidative stress and intestinal inflammation in rats with acute colitis



Effect of iron supplementation on oxidative stress and intestinal inflammation in rats with acute colitis



Digestive Diseases and Sciences 46(5): 1088-1094



In this study, we investigated the effect of intraperitoneal iron dextran (100 mg/100 g body weight) on oxidative stress and intestinal inflammation in rats with acute colitis induced by 5% dextran sulfate sodium. In both colitis and healthy animals, disease activity index, crypt and inflammatory scores, colon length, plasma and colonic lipid peroxides, and plasma vitamins E, C, and retinol were assessed.

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PMID: 11341654

DOI: 10.1023/a:1010726515401



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