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Histochemical detection of copper in the liver from sheep chronically poisoned by copper



Histochemical detection of copper in the liver from sheep chronically poisoned by copper



Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica 10(3): 288-291



Conventionally stained sections of liver from 6 sheep, chronically affected with copper poisoning, showed damage of parenchyma with periportal cirrhosis and heavy intrahepatic cholestasis.

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