G A Blinova

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The paper discusses the influence of deranged function of the thyroid (in postnatal period) on the transplacental carcinogenic effect of N-nitrosomethylurea (NMU) in albino noninbred rats. It was found that exogenous thyroxin-induced hyperthyroidism and thyroid function suppression either by long-term treatment with a thyreostatic agent--methylthiouracil(More)
The F1 rats subjected to the influence of N-nitrosomethylurea (NMU) in dose of 20 mg/kg on the 21 day gestation as a result of postnatal disturbances of the thyroid function induced by long administration of thyroxin (3 mg/100 g, daily), methylthiouracil (MTU; 0.1% solution in tap water) or thyroidectomy have shown a decreased incidence of the nervous(More)