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Online edition:ISSN 2758-089X

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INFLUENCE OF LEAD ACETATE AND MERCURIC CHLORIDE ON HEMOLYTIC COMPLEMENT ACTIVITY IN RATS

In vivo effect of a single intravenous administration of lead acetate or mercuric chloride on total hemolytic complement activity (CH 50) in male Wistar rats was investigated, in order to assess the influence of heavy metals to host defense mechanisms against infectious agents. A significant reduction of the CH 50 values was observed in both groups of lead and mercury treated animals.

著者名
Asahara H, et al
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71-76
DOI
10.11482/KMJ-E7(1)71

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