Toxicological and pathological studies on acrylamide neurotoxicity in albino rats

Abstract: Acrylamide is a neurotoxic chemical . it is considered to be protypical among chemicals that cause central and peripheral distal axonopathy. this study was conducted to study the acrylamide neurotoxicity in albino rats . the first group served as untreated control ; while the others were daily administrated spinal cord and sciatic nerve were obtained at each time of sacrification . there were congestion and hemorrhages in the central and peripheral nervous tissues . the brain and spinal cords showed and necrosis of nerve cells and swelling of axons . it induce decrease in neurotransmitter enzyme and has a cumulative effect especially in sciatic nerve.
Publication year 2006
Pages 25-39
Availability location مكتبة معهد بحوث صحة الحيوان-ش نادى الصيد -الدقى -الجيزة
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City القاهرة
serial title المجلة المصرية للباثولوجى المقارنة والباثولوجيا الاكلينيكية المقارنة
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Agris Categories Animal diseases
Acrylamide. Rats. Toxicity.
Proposed Agrovoc pathological studies;toxicological studies;albino rats;
Publication Type Journal