Author(s): Halim D, Khalifa K, Awadallah R, ElHawary Z, ElDessouky EA, Halim D, Khalifa K, Awadallah R, ElHawary Z, ElDessouky EA
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Abstract In this study, diabetes was induced by intravenous injection of dithizone. In dithizonised diabetic animals, the levels of serum zinc, iron, and potassium were found to be higher than normal, while those of serum calcium and sodium were lower. Copper and magnesium levels were unchanged. After treatment with insulin, most of these serum levels approached the normal, except for serum potassium and magnesium.
This article was published in Z Ernahrungswiss
and referenced in Journal of Developing Drugs