The protective effect of polyriboinosinic acid-polyribocytidylic acid against the occurrence of galactosamine-induced liver cell injury in rat

Experientia
S SakakibaraH Kagamiyama

Abstract

A marked increase of serum transaminase activities, histological changes of livers similar to those seen in viral hepatitis in man, and inhibition of hepatic protein synthesis were observed in rats following a single injection of D-galactosamine-HCl. These galactosamine-induced phenomena were prevented by the pretreatment of polyriboinosinic acid-polyribocytidylic acid 24 h before the galactosamine administration.

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