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Differential action of methylselenocysteine in control and alloxan-diabetic rabbits

Chemico-biological Interactions

Jan 27, 2009

Anna KiersztanJadwiga Bryla

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Antidiabetic action of inorganic selenium compounds is commonly accepted. Since in diet selenium mainly exists as selenoamino acids, potential hypoglycemic properties of methylselenocysteine (MSC) were investigated in four groups of rabbits: untreated and MSC-treated control animals as ...read more

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Cysteine
Hydrogen Peroxide
Sodium Chloride
Enzymes, antithrombotic
Selenium supplement
Glutathione Reductase
Oxidative Stress
Cortex of Organ
Enzymes, peripheral vasodilators
Selenium compound
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Differential action of methylselenocysteine in control and alloxan-diabetic rabbits

Chemico-biological Interactions

Jan 27, 2009

Anna KiersztanJadwiga Bryla

PMID: 19010315

DOI: 10.1016/j.cbi.2008.10.022

Abstract

Antidiabetic action of inorganic selenium compounds is commonly accepted. Since in diet selenium mainly exists as selenoamino acids, potential hypoglycemic properties of methylselenocysteine (MSC) were investigated in four groups of rabbits: untreated and MSC-treated control animals as ...read more

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Cysteine
Hydrogen Peroxide
Sodium Chloride
Enzymes, antithrombotic
Selenium supplement

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