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- Garcia, Tania; Schreiber, Elga; Kumar, Vikas; Prasad, Raju; Sirvent, Juan J.; Domingo, Jose L.; Gómez, Mercedes
- Food and chemical toxicology 2017 v.106 pp. 47-57
- reproductive system, etc ; body weight changes; excretion; histopathology; males; peanut oil; rats; sperm motility; spermatozoa; tissue weight; toxicity; toxicology; viability; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... This study was aimed at determining whether an in vivo subcutaneous exposure to n-butylparaben (n-ButP) during one complete spermatogenic cycle could be harmful to the reproductive system of young male rats. Animals were subcutaneously given 0, 150, 300 and 600 mg/kg/day of n-ButP with vehicle (peanut oil). Body and organ weights, n-ButP excretion, biochemical parameters, sperm and spermatid count ...
- Hu, Yichun; Zhuo, Qin; Gong, Zhaolong; Piao, Jianhua; Yang, Xiaoguang
- Food and chemical toxicology 2017 v.99 pp. 190-198
- reproductive system, etc ; adverse effects; blood chemistry; body weight; diet; females; food consumption; genes; hematologic tests; hematology; histopathology; insects; leukocytes; males; rats; reproduction; reproductive toxicology; rice; spermatozoa; toxicity; transgenic plants; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... In the present work, we evaluated the three generation reproductive toxicity of the genetically modified rice with insectresistant cry1Ac and sck genes. 120 Sprague-Dawley (SD) rats were divided into three groups which were fed with genetically modified rice diet (GM group), parental control rice diet (PR group) and AIN-93 control diet (both used as negative control) respectively. Bodyweight, food ...