[...] Cd induces cell death in vivo and in vitro at varied concentrations from 1 to 300 M (Shih et al. 2004). [...] the aim of the present studies is to investigate the effect of Cd on cerebral microvessel thrombosis, systemic inflammation and oxidative stress, and its effect on liver and kidney. [...] Cd induced acceleration in thromboembolic formation leading to quick occlusion of the vascular tissues are in concurrence with the changes in the levels of liver enzymes, increase in the leucocyte levels.
Physiol. Res. 61: 73-80, 2012 Acute Cadmium Exposure Causes Systemic and Thromboembolic Events in Mice M. A. FAHIM1, A. NEMMAR1, S. DHANASEKARAN2, S. SINGH1, M. SHAFIULLAH2, J. YASIN3, S. ZIA1, M. Y. HASAN2 1 Department of Physiology, 2Department of Pharmacology, 3Department of Internal Medicine, Facul
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