Pathogenesis of hemolytic anemia caused by phenylhydrazine

Abstract

Subsequent experiments were carried out on rats. In the animals of group 2 of this series, the activity of the RES was modified by application of an electric current. This stimulus depresses the activity of the reticuloendothelium [7]. For a period of one week before administration of the hemolytic poison and during the same period thereafter, an alternating electric current of vottage 40 V was applied daily to the rats for 10-16 min. Observations were made on 10 animals. Control rats received only phenylhydrazine. The dose of the hemolytic poison was 20 mg/kg.

DOI: 10.1007/BF00783366

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@article{Grigorovich2004PathogenesisOH, title={Pathogenesis of hemolytic anemia caused by phenylhydrazine}, author={N. A. Grigorovich}, journal={Bulletin of Experimental Biology and Medicine}, year={2004}, volume={61}, pages={126-129} }