Geofred Kröning

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Dibutyltin dichloride (DBTC; 6 mg/kg body weight, i.v.) induced acute interstitial pancreatitis in rats. The course of the pancreatitis was examined within 28 days by light and electron microscopy as well as by pathobiochemistry (amylase, lipase, alkaline phosphatase, and bilirubin in serum; tin concentration in biliopancreatic juice, tissue, and(More)
Di-n-butyltin dichloride (DBTC) induced thymus atrophy, bile duct lesions, pancreatitis, and liver lesions in rats. Depending on dose [6 and 8 mg/kg intravenous (i.v.) DBTC] and time (1-24 weeks), the lesions in pancreas developed to a pancreatic fibrosis and the lesions in liver to liver cirrhosis. A single i.v. administration of 4 mg/kg DBTC induces a(More)
A time-consuming sample preparation and measuring procedure is required for the quantitation of retinyl palmitate by HPLC. We developed a fluorometric method for the determination of total retinyl esters in chylomicrons, chylomicron remnants, and VLDL. This method is precise, sensitive, rapid, simple, and particularly useful for large-scale studies of(More)
An experiment was conducted to study the effects of feeding a 96.8% cull pea basal ration, low in selenium (0.061 ppm) and vitamin E (7.0 IU alpha-tocopherol/kg of ration), to growing pigs with and without supplementation of selenium, vitamin E, or both. The basal ration was high in crude protein (25.2%) and contained no supplemented fat. Nine of 10 pigs(More)
The organotin compound di-n-butyltin dichloride (DBTC) is able to induce an acute and later a chronic pancreatitis in rats. In previous papers the authors demonstrated this DBTC pancreatitis as a rat model for an interstitial pancreatitis with tendency to transduction to the chronic form. DBTC is excreted according to its lipophilic nature by liver and(More)
Insulin resistance and hyperinsulinemia have been suggested to precede and promote hypertension, possibly by impairing sodium balance. We examined insulin sensitivity and the influence of acute hyperinsulinemia on sodium excretion after acute sodium loading in hypertension-prone individuals. Insulin sensitivity and sodium excretion in response to a 1,000-mL(More)
1. Dialkyltin compounds have been widely used in industry and agriculture, mainly as biocides, catalysts and plast stabilizer. In dependence on the length of the alkyl chains these organotins exert toxic effects on the immune system, the bile duct, liver and pancreas. It has been supposed that similar to organoarsenic the toxicity of the dialkyltin(More)