The haemolytic effect of sorbose in dogs
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The ingestion of L-sorbose, a sugar of the keto-hexose group, causes haemolysis in dogs, but not in rats. Heinz bodies were not found after sorbose administration in either animal species nor were the animals examined deficient in glucose-6-phosphate-dehydrogenase.
KeywordsSugar Animal Species Sorbose Heinz Body Haemolytic Effect
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