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Peculiar observations in the estimation of the biological quality of the proteins of edible boletus (Boletus edulis) and mushroom (Psalliota bispora) with reference to dietetics and therapeutics. Dietary liver necrosis in the rat



Peculiar observations in the estimation of the biological quality of the proteins of edible boletus (Boletus edulis) and mushroom (Psalliota bispora) with reference to dietetics and therapeutics. Dietary liver necrosis in the rat



Naturwissenschaften 43: 133-134



Although rats on a mushroom diet grew poorly and most died of liver necrosis (Abst. 2073, Vol. 24), rats in 3 groups of 24 given for 4 months edible boletus, fresh, or dried free of maggots, or dried as commercially available, showed excellent growth and there was only 1 with doubtful liver necrosis.

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