Early Changes in Rat Liver and Kidney Cells Induced by Thioacetamide *

@inproceedings{KLEINFELDt2006EarlyCI,
  title={Early Changes in Rat Liver and Kidney Cells Induced by Thioacetamide *},
  author={RUTH G. KLEINFELDt},
  year={2006}
}
  • RUTH G. KLEINFELDt
  • Published 2006
Thioacetamide (TA), a drug effective in the control of orange decay (5), was found to induce liver cirrhosis, tumors (9), and cancer of the bile ducts (11) if fed to rats over a period of several months. The most striking effects, first described by Rather (28), are the doubling of nuclear vol ume, increased nucleolar and cell volumes, and altered… CONTINUE READING