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Retinal folding in chicks enhanced by vitamin E deficiency and dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids
Year:
1983
Source of publication :
Ophthalmologica
Authors :
Bartov, Ido
;
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Volume :
186
Co-Authors:
Barishak, Y.R., Dep. Ophthalmol., Asaf Harofe Hosp., Zrifin 70300, Israel
Dror, Y., Dep. Ophthalmol., Asaf Harofe Hosp., Zrifin 70300, Israel
Bartov, I., Dep. Ophthalmol., Asaf Harofe Hosp., Zrifin 70300, Israel
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From page:
156
To page:
161
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Total pages:
6
)
Abstract:
Retinal folding appeared in young chicks fed a commercial starter diet. The degree of this folding was increased when diets deficient in vitamin E and enriched with polyunsaturated fatty acids (encephalomalatic diets) were fed. The unique response of the retina and the cerebellum to the encephalomalatic diets is pointed out.
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Database:
Scopus
Publication Type:
article
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Language:
English
Editors' remarks:
ID:
31351
Last updated date:
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Barishak, Y.R., Dep. Ophthalmol., Asaf Harofe Hosp., Zrifin 70300, Israel
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Bartov, I., Dep. Ophthalmol., Asaf Harofe Hosp., Zrifin 70300, Israel
Retinal folding in chicks enhanced by vitamin E deficiency and dietary polyunsaturated fatty acids
Retinal folding appeared in young chicks fed a commercial starter diet. The degree of this folding was increased when diets deficient in vitamin E and enriched with polyunsaturated fatty acids (encephalomalatic diets) were fed. The unique response of the retina and the cerebellum to the encephalomalatic diets is pointed out.
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