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Rat diet ingredients reducing strontium, cadmium and mercury absorption = Sastojci štakorske hrane kao sredstvo za snižavanje apsorpcije stroncija, kadmija i žive by Biserka KargacМЊin

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Published by Jugoslavenska akademija znanosti i umjetnosti in Zagreb .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Radioisotopes in the body -- Metabolic detoxification.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesSastojci štakorske hrane kao sredstvo za snižavanje apsorpcije stroncija, kadmija i žive.
StatementBiserka Kargačin & Krista Kostial.
SeriesPrirodoslovna istraživanja,, 50., Acta biologica ;, vol. 10, br. 2, Prirodoslovna istraživanja ;, knj. 50., Prirodoslovna istraživanja., 10/2.
ContributionsKostial, Krista.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA1224.4.R34 K37 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination6 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2761915M
LC Control Number86118120

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  Number of rats in brackets. It is concluded that the dietary additive which diminished the absorption of the fission products -- radioactive iodine, strontium and caesium -- has no effect on the gastrointestinal absorption of cadmium but increases the absorption of by: 1. found: Kargačin, B. Rat diet ingredients reducing strontium, cadmium, and mercury absorption, t.p. (Krista Kostial).   Influence of dietary ingredients on the body retention of strontium, cadmium and mercury in suckling rats. Kostial K, Kargacin B, Landeka M Toxicol Lett, 23(2), 01 Nov   Junk food was also discouraged. Within three months on a vegetarian diet, their levels significantly dropped, and stayed down for the rest of the year-long experiment. The researchers came back three years later, three years after the subjects stopped eating vegetarian, and found that their levels of mercury, cadmium, and lead had shot back up.

  Zinc is one of the most well studied essential metals for the alleviation of heavy metal toxicity. As zinc has similar chemical and physical properties to Cd and Pb, it competes for the binding sites of metal absorptive and enzymatic proteins [].Intake of zinc also induces the synthesis of metallothionein (MT) [], a low molecular weight protein that has a high affinity for Cd and causes. The typical diet includes mg of strontium per day. The prescription form of strontium known as strontium chloride is also LIKELY SAFE when given intravenously (by IV) under the. Rat diet ingredients reducing strontium, cadmium and mercury absorption. Acta Biol. ; Piscator M, Kostial K, Pleština R (). Urinary excretion of cadmium and zinc among women with Balkan nephropathy. Trace Elem. Med. ; Kostial K, Kargačin B, Landeka M (). Influence of dietary ingredients on the body retention of. The main objective of this study was to determine how rat tapeworms affect the excretion of zinc and cadmium through rat feces. Male rats (Rattus norvegicus var. alba) were divided into four.

  Selenium supplementation is also shown to increase mercury excretion from the body and reduce mercury-induced free radical damage, in a study of mercury exposed villagers. Calcium is known to help block the absorption of cadmium and has reduced lead mobilization from the bones of women during their pregnancy and period of lactation. Selenium supplementation was also shown to increase mercury excretion from the body and reduce mercury-induced free radical damage in a study of mercury-exposed villagers. Calcium is known to help block the absorption of cadmium and has reduced lead mobilization from the bones of women during their pregnancy and period of lactation.   What is claimed is: 1. A method of preparing a pharmaceutical quality strontium L-lactate composition comprising: a. selecting an L-lactic acid having at most trace concentrations of metals selected from the group consisting of aluminum, arsenic, barium, calcium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, and thallium; b. selecting a strontium carbonate, strontium oxide, or strontium hydroxide .   It's estimated that most people ingest between to mg of strontium per day through the diet. Seafood is a good source of strontium. The mineral is also found in poultry, milk, and meats. The Strontium Boost supplement contains mg per two capsules (as strontium citrate). This is is similar to the amount used in strontium ranelate drugs.