Oxidative stress and histological alterations produced by dietary copper in the fresh water bivalve Diplodon chilensis.

@article{Sabatini2011OxidativeSA,
  title={Oxidative stress and histological alterations produced by dietary copper in the fresh water bivalve Diplodon chilensis.},
  author={Sebasti{\'a}n Eduardo Sabatini and Iara Rocchetta and Daniel Eduardo Nahabedian and Carlos Marcelo Luquet and Maria Rosa Eppis and Laura Bianchi and Mar{\'i}a del Carmen R{\'i}os de Molina},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Toxicology & pharmacology : CBP},
  year={2011},
  volume={154 4},
  pages={391-8}
}
The aim of this work was to study the oxidative stress effects and histological alterations caused by dietary copper on the filter-feeding freshwater mussel Diplodon chilensis. Bivalves were fed during 6 weeks with the green algae Scenedesmus vacuolatus previously exposed to copper. Metal concentration in algae cultures and bivalve digestive gland was measured by TXRF. A maximum accumulation of 0.49 μg Cu/mg protein was detected at week 6. Also at this week, the hepatosomatic index (HSI) showed… CONTINUE READING

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