Dietary Supplements of Vitamins E and C and β-Carotene Reduce Oxidative Stress in Cats with Renal Insufficiency

@article{Yu2006DietarySO,
  title={Dietary Supplements of Vitamins E and C and $\beta$-Carotene Reduce Oxidative Stress in Cats with Renal Insufficiency},
  author={S. Yu and Inke Paetau-Robinson},
  journal={Veterinary Research Communications},
  year={2006},
  volume={30},
  pages={403-413}
}
Oxidative stress may contribute to the progression of chronic renal failure. In this study, cats with spontaneous renal insufficiency were fed a dry cat food supplemented with the antioxidants vitamins E and C, and β-carotene for 4 weeks. When compared with healthy cats, cats with renal insufficiency had a tendency to oxidative stress. The antioxidant supplements significantly reduced DNA damage in cats with renal insufficiency as evidenced by reduced serum 8-OHdG and comet assay parameters… Expand
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