Translactational exposure of F1 mouse pups to selenium.


In an investigation of the modulation of certain neonatal xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes in liver of mouse pups postnatally exposed to selenium through the transmammary route, sodium selenite was administered in drinking water to lactating dams at the dose levels of 1 or 5 ppm from day 1 of lactation and continued daily for 14 or 21 days. The higher dose… (More)