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Experimental study of habitual buckwheat diet. 2. Analytical and biological studies The development of cirrhosis and tumours of the liver

Experimental study of habitual buckwheat diet. 2. Analytical and biological studies The development of cirrhosis and tumours of the liver

Trans. Soc. pathol. japon 29: 387-393

The results of feeding experiments with mice, rats, dogs and rabbits showed that the husks of buckwheat seeds and also buckwheat meal contain a substance causing enlargement of the spleen and a high degree of osteoporosis. In the case of mice, liver cirrhosis "developed in 4 to 5 months followed by multiple liver tumours in 6 to 7 months.

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