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Title: Changes in Ascorbic Acid Metabolism in Guinea Pigs During Fracture
Authors: Ghatak, S;Dhar, D C;Agarwala, S C;Shrivastava, D L
subject: Tibia;Fibula;Guineapigs;Ascorbic acid;Adrenal glands
Year: 1954
Description: Fracture of the tibia and fibula in guineapigs causes a decrease of ascorbic acid in the blood and urine of the animals. A similar decline is observed in most of the organs. except brain, lung and liver. Adrenal glands are the most affected.
Standard no: Journal of Scientific and industrial research1954,13B,549-553
Appears in Collections:Biochemistry

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