Prevention of stress-induced damage in experimental animals and livestock by monomagnesium-L-aspartate hydrochloride.

Abstract

Monomagnesium-L-aspartate hydrochloride (Mg-Asp. HCl) is readily absorbed from the intestine of rats because this process is not saturable. Depending upon the dose administered, Mg-Asp. HCl exhibits Ca-antagonistic effects and inhibits the release of stress hormones. Higher concentrations of Mg salts, which do not contain chloride, e.g. MgO, tend to induce… (More)

Topics

Figures and Tables

Sorry, we couldn't extract any figures or tables for this paper.