The effect of copper on the mRNA expression profile of xenobiotic-metabolizing enzymes in cultured rat H4-II-E cells

Faculty Veterinary Medicine Year: 2014
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Journal: Biological Trace Element Research Springer Volume:
Keywords : , effect , copper , , mRNA expression profile , xenobiotic-metabolizing    
Abstract:
Copper (Cu2+) is an essential element that plays important roles in physiological functions of the body. However, high Cu2+ levels can have toxic implications. This study aims to investigate the constitutive response to Cu2+ exposure of xen
   
     
 
       

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