Changes in regenerated and normal liver in rats during the lactation period

  • V. F. Sidorova
Experimental Biology


In female rats weighing 160–200 g two-thirds of the liver were excised after Higgins' and Andersen's technique. A month after the operation, upon completion of the regeneration process, a study was made of the influence of functional load (pregnancy and lactation) on the regenerated and normal liver in the rats.


Public Health Regeneration Process Normal Liver Lactation Period Functional Load 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. F. Sidorova
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  1. 1.Growth and Development Laboratory, Institute of Experimental BiologyUSSR Academy of Medical SciencesMoscow

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