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- Doyle, J.J.; Bernhoft, R.A.; Sandstead, H.H.
- Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine 1975 v.86 no.1 pp. 57
- rats; young animals; animal models; blood serum; cadmium; heavy metals; maximum permissible intake; portal hypertension; potassium; sodium; sodium chloride; food intake; weight gain; drinking water; feed conversion; systolic blood pressure; water pollution; dosage; diastolic blood pressure; gender differences; dietary exposure; environmental exposure; body water
- ... The effects of 5 pg Cd per millilter of drinking water on body weight gain, food intake, systolic blood pressure, '24Na, '42K; and water retention and freference for NaCl solution in male and female rats were studied. After 205 days, Cd had no significant effect on weight gain, food intake, water intake, or feed efficiency. The'24Na retention of the Cd-fed male and female rats was greater at 161 ...