[Effects of embryonic lead exposure on food intake and bowel movement in offspring rats and possible mechanisms].

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OBJECTIVE To study the effects of embryonic lead exposure on food intake and bowel movement in offspring rats and possible mechanisms. METHODS Sprague-Dawley rats were given 0.1% (low-dose lead exposure group) or 0.2% (high-dose lead exposure group) lead acetate freely during pregnancy to establish an animal model of embryonic lead exposure. A blank… (More)

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@article{Zhou2017EffectsOE, title={[Effects of embryonic lead exposure on food intake and bowel movement in offspring rats and possible mechanisms].}, author={Jianping Zhou and Fan Wang and Xiao-Qing Yi and Xue-Ying Wang and Yong-Sheng Jiang and Yan Geng and Jing-jing Wang}, journal={Zhongguo dang dai er ke za zhi = Chinese journal of contemporary pediatrics}, year={2017}, volume={19 4}, pages={463-469} }