[Morphological changes in the liver of rats subjected to deficient diet and bromex administration].

Abstract

An experiment was carried out with male albino rats, with a mean body weight 165 g, grouped into 4 groups: on protein deficiency diet (with 3.8% protein in food), 4-week treatment with 1/50 LD50 bromex and a control group (not treated). It was established that the separate bromex treatment of the animals or their putting on a 6-week deficiency diet led to moderate changes in hepatocyte organelles. The combined effect of both factors--bromex and deficiency diet--sums the effect leading to the reduction of chromatin inclusions of the nuclei, reduces the amount of GER, Ser and mitochondria, dystrophic changes in mitochondria, increase of secondary lysozyomes and build up of fatty acids in hepatocytes.

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@article{Krustev1982MorphologicalCI, title={[Morphological changes in the liver of rats subjected to deficient diet and bromex administration].}, author={L P Krustev and Maria Tasheva and F Kaloianova-Simeonova}, journal={Problemi na khigienata}, year={1982}, volume={7}, pages={36-41} }