Liver necrosis and fulminant hepatic failure in rats: protection by oxyanionic form of tungsten.

@article{Pawa2004LiverNA,
  title={Liver necrosis and fulminant hepatic failure in rats: protection by oxyanionic form of tungsten.},
  author={Sonica Pawa and Shakir Ali},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={2004},
  volume={1688 3},
  pages={210-22}
}
The hepatic lesion produced as a result of oxidative stress is of wide occurrence. In the present study, the effect of tungsten on liver necrosis and fulminant hepatic failure (FHF) has been studied in rats treated with various compounds known to produce oxidative stress. Supplementation of animals with sodium tungstate for 7 weeks before the induction of liver injury by chemicals including thioacetamide (TAA), carbon tetrachloride (CCl(4)), or chloroform (CHCl(3)) could protect progression of… CONTINUE READING

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