Effect of age and sex on copper-induced toxicity in theMacular mutant mouse

@article{Shiraishi1993EffectOA,
  title={Effect of age and sex on copper-induced toxicity in theMacular mutant mouse},
  author={Noriyuki Shiraishi and T Taguchi and Hideo Kinebuchi},
  journal={Biological Trace Element Research},
  year={1993},
  volume={39},
  pages={129-137}
}
It was determined if the sensitivity inmacular mutant mouse to copper-induced toxicity was affected by sex or age. The sensitivity in 6–8-d-old or 3–4-wk-oldmacular mutant mouse to copper-induced toxicity was not affected by sex. However, 8–9-wk-old mutant females were more sensitive to copper-induced toxicity than mutant males. Furthermore, 6–8-d-old or 3–4-wk-old mutant males were more sensitive to copper-induced toxicity than 8–9-wk-old mutant males. However, age-related differences in… CONTINUE READING

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