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Effect of cadmium administration on absorption, retention, and excretion of zinc-65 administered to rats



Effect of cadmium administration on absorption, retention, and excretion of zinc-65 administered to rats



Environmental Research 26(1): 130-135



Whole-body retention curves were constructed by plotting the radio activities vs. time on semilog scale to measure the influence of Cd on absorption, retention and excretion of orally administered 65Zn. Dietary Cd increased the absorption, retention and excretion. Absorption of 65Zn was greater in rats fed a semipurified diet than in those fed a commercial diet.

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