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Different amount of calorie intake in the incidence and growth of methylnitrosourea induced mammary carcinoma in rats with some biochemical parameters


Hacettepe Medical Journal 20(2): 59-68
Different amount of calorie intake in the incidence and growth of methylnitrosourea induced mammary carcinoma in rats with some biochemical parameters
In this study in which three groups of female Sprague-Dawley rats with MNU-induced mammary tumour were given diets containing 30, 40 or 50 Kcal/day, the effect of these calories on the tumour incidence and growth, plasma and liver lipids, vitamins A and E, were investigated. Feeding different amounts of energy did not effect on tumour incidence. The levels of plasma lipids and the vitamins were not altered. Nevertheless, the liver vitamin E was decreased during aging, while the vitamin A in the liver increased.


Accession: 005151862



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