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Effects of vitamin E and selenium (Selevit) on the orchidectomized rats
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Effects of vitamin E and selenium (Selevit) on the orchidectomized rats
Chon, Seung-Ki;
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 Abstract
The present study was devised to determine the effects of body weight, organ weight, hematological values and biochemical parameters by vitamin E and selenium (Selevit) on the Orch rats. The animals were divided into 4 groups. Intact group (n
 Keywords
Rat;Vitamin E and selenium (Selevit);Orchidectomized;
 Language
English
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