[Supplementation of essential trace elements during total parenteral nutrition--effects on trace element-deficient rats].

@article{Yokoi1989SupplementationOE,
  title={[Supplementation of essential trace elements during total parenteral nutrition--effects on trace element-deficient rats].},
  author={Katsuhiko Yokoi and Mieko Kimura and Akihiko Matsuda and H Kabata and Yoshiki Itokawa and Masafumi Kataoka and Masao Sato},
  journal={Nihon eiseigaku zasshi. Japanese journal of hygiene},
  year={1989},
  volume={44 4},
  pages={831-8}
}
Thirty-one male SD rats, six weeks old, were fed a trace element-deficient diet for two weeks and then divided into three groups and maintained for 1 week as follows: group A with total parenteral nutrition (TPN) without supplementation of trace elements, group B with TPN supplemented with the following 5 trace elements ... iron, zinc, copper, manganese and iodine, and group C with a diet free of the above five trace elements. Another group of eight rats was fed a diet supplemented with the… CONTINUE READING

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