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The formation of tissue hemolysins in liver extracts of white rats fed with linseed oil

  • V. V. Antipov
Microbiology and Immunity
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Summary

This work was done to ascertain the possibility of inducing the tissue hemolysins formation in administration of fatty acids of unsaturated series into the organism. Experiments were staged on 315 albino rats. Tissue hemolysins were determined both in the extracts from the liver of both experimental animals, who had been given vegetable oil, and of control-intact animals. As demonstrated experimentally, prolonged feeding of rats with linseed oil or subcutaneous injection the reol led to a detection of hemolysins in the extracts from the liver of sacrificed animals. According to the data analysed, tissue hemolysins were formed in vitro and could not be regarded as cytotoxins.

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Public Health Experimental Animal Subcutaneous Injection Liver Extract Prolonged Feeding 
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