Histopathological studies on experimental marine toxin poisoning--4. Pathogenesis of experimental maitotoxin poisoning.

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Repeated injections of 45 ng/kg of maitotoxin into the peritoneal cavities of male ICR mice resulted in marked atrophy of lymphoid tissues, a reduction of lymphocytes in the circulating blood, reduced immunoglobulin M in serum, and an increase of calcium content in the adrenal glands. A single injection of 200 ng/kg of maitotoxin induced a marked increase… (More)

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@article{Terao1989HistopathologicalSO, title={Histopathological studies on experimental marine toxin poisoning--4. Pathogenesis of experimental maitotoxin poisoning.}, author={K. Terao and E. Ito and Yoshito Kakinuma and K. Igarashi and M. Kobayashi and Yuki Ohizumi and Towa Yasumoto}, journal={Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology}, year={1989}, volume={27 9}, pages={979-88} }