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- Oyarzábal, A., et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Food and chemical toxicology 2011 v.49 no.11 pp. 2855-2861
- Roystonea regia; adverse effects; anesthesia; blood; fatty acids; fruits; histopathology; hyperplasia; necropsy; oral administration; rats; testosterone; tissue weight; toxicity; toxicology
- ... D-004, a lipid extract of royal palm (Roystonea regia) fruits that contains a reproducible mixture of fatty acids, has been shown to prevent testosterone and phenylephrine-induced prostate hyperplasia in rodents. This study investigated the long-term oral toxicity of D-004 in rats. Rats from both sexes were randomized into four groups (20 rats sex/group): a control and three treated with D-004 (80 ...