Jolyn Fernandes

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The zinc, copper, and selenium content of commonly used intravenous solutions, aminoacid solutions, and fresh-frozen plasma was determined by atomic absorption spectrometry and fluorimetry. Very small amounts of copper and variable, but substantial, amounts zinc were present in all solutions tested. Zinc contamination could have come from the rubber(More)
An experiment was conducted to delineate the effect of heat shock and chlorine on the biochemical responses of Labeo rohita spawns for evaluating acquired thermal tolerance. Spawns were equally distributed in three different groups i.e., group 1 heat shock (37 °C) without chlorine, group 2 heat shock (37 °C) in chlorinated water and group 3 control in(More)
To come to a better understanding of the diet-induced cholesterol-ester storage in the gerbil liver, the reactions of the gerbil to 0.2% of cholesterol in the diet during 4 weeks were compared with those of the rat consuming the same diet. The major reason for the increased hepatic cholesterol-ester storage in the cholesterol-fed gerbil is the low(More)
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