Variations in rat liver calcium and magnesium

Kratzing C.C., Dunstone J.R., Madsen N.P., Macdonald P. and Bell H. (1960) Variations in rat liver calcium and magnesium. Biochemical Pharmacology, 3 4: 272-276.

Author Kratzing C.C.
Dunstone J.R.
Madsen N.P.
Macdonald P.
Bell H.
Title Variations in rat liver calcium and magnesium
Journal name Biochemical Pharmacology   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0006-2952
Publication date 1960-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 3
Issue 4
Start page 272
End page 276
Total pages 5
Subject 3004 Pharmacology
Abstract Significantly higher magnesium concentrations were found in the livers of young, healthy, female rats than in the livers of normal males of the same age. The calcium concentration in the liver from femae rats also tended to be higher than for males. Rats given thioacetamide or carbon tetrachloride had liver calcium concentrations up to sixty times normal values. Necrotic liver produced by yellow phosphorus administration had about three times the calcium concentration of normal liver. Fatty infiltration induced by choline deficiency produced no change in the calcium level of the liver. The magnesium concentration in the liver was affected to a far less extent by these treatments than the calcium.
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