Effect of two different types of malnutrition on the rate of elimination of ethanol in rats.


Rats were fed "3% casein" or a "calorie deficient" diet, in the form of commercial pellet diet (SDS) at 50% of the amount consumed by the control group, which was fed SDS pellets ad libitum. Both of the deficient groups showed failure of weight gain in comparison with the control group. Blood levels of ethanol were measured for 3 hr after intraperitoneal… (More)


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