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Simultaneous effects of dietary molybdenum and copper on the accumulation of copper in the liver and kidney of copper poisoned rats a histochemical study



Simultaneous effects of dietary molybdenum and copper on the accumulation of copper in the liver and kidney of copper poisoned rats a histochemical study



Industrial Health 16(3-4): 119-126



The present investigation reports on the accumulation and damage caused by Cu in the liver and kidney of albino rats. Simultaneous treatment with Cu and Mo shows that no traces of Cu are retained in these tissues. Cu is apparently ineffective in the presence of Mo. Mo may act on Cu as a chelating agent binding with it and forming either cupric molybdate or copper thiomolybdate which is ultimately excreted. Intake of Mo with the diet has been suggested for Cu-exposed workers.

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