Bioavailability of cadmium from crab hepatopancreas and mushroom in relation to inorganic cadmium: a 9-week feeding study in mice.

@article{Lind1995BioavailabilityOC,
  title={Bioavailability of cadmium from crab hepatopancreas and mushroom in relation to inorganic cadmium: a 9-week feeding study in mice.},
  author={Ylva Lind and A Wicklund Glynn and Joakim Engman and Lars Jorhem},
  journal={Food and chemical toxicology : an international journal published for the British Industrial Biological Research Association},
  year={1995},
  volume={33 8},
  pages={667-73}
}
The bioavailability of Cd from boiled crab hepatopancreas and dried mushroom was studied in relation to that of inorganic Cd (CdCl2). Female Balb/c mice were fed with diets containing 0.4 ppm Cd from either boiled crab (Cancer pagurus) hepatopancreas or dried mushroom (Agaricus augustus), or as inorganic Cd (CdCl2). A control group received low Cd (< 0.007 ppm) feed, and did not accumulate detectable levels of Cd during 9 wk of exposure. Using Cd accumulation in the liver and kidney as a… CONTINUE READING

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