PMID: 591663Oct 1, 1977

Effect of thiocyanate on mammary gland growth in rats

The Journal of Dairy Research
H Pyska


In growing rats from 3 weeks to 3 months old, 0.1% potassium thiocyanate (KSCN) decreased the plasma protein-bound iodine level by 47% and the total DNA in the mammary gland by 11%, but had no effect on the total RNA. Administration of thiocyanate in the form of 0.1, 0.3 and 0.5% KSCN during pregnancy and 14 d of lactation lowered the protein-bound iodine level by 48-66%, the total DNA by 11-47% and the total RNA by 14-63%, depending on the KSCN dosage. The 14-d-old litters of rats receiving thiocyanate weighed 4-41% less than those in the control group.


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