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The Changes in Zinc and Copper in Damaged Liver Tissue of Experimental Rats

Luo Wen Du Fangteng Wu Bailin Liu Jingmei (Department of Gastroenterology,The Second Affiliated Hospital, Jiangxi Medical College,Nanchang 330006)  
To study the changes in zinc and copper in acutely damaged liver tissue of rats,models of acute liver damage in rats were induced by CCl 4 and the contents of zinc and copper in liver tissue were compared between the damaged group and control group.The results showed the zinc content of the damage group is obviously higher than that of the control group,but there was no differencein in copper content.The Cu/Zn ratio was much lowered.These suggest that the increase of zinc in the damaged group might be caused by stressed transfer of the blood zinc and might play important roles in the repair and regeneration of the damaged liver tissue.
【CateGory Index】: R361.2,
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