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- Yamada, Yoshiji, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Experimental and toxicologic pathology 2013 v.65 no.7-8 pp. 1173-1182
- acetylcysteine; antioxidant activity; diabetic nephropathy; diet; epididymis; histopathology; metabolic syndrome; models; nutrient deficiencies; nutritional status; oxidative stress; patients; phosphorus; processed foods; protective effect; rats; spermatogenesis; spermatozoa; testes; toxicity; zinc
- ... Consumption of relatively high amounts of processed food can result in abnormal nutritional status, such as zinc deficiency or phosphorus excess. Moreover, hyperphosphatemia and hypozincemia are found in some patients with diabetic nephropathy and metabolic syndrome. The present study investigated the effects of high-phosphorus/zinc-free diet on the reproductive function of spontaneously hypertens ...