Journal article

Genetics of carbon tetrachloride-induced liver injury in mice. II. Multigenic regulation.

KW Biesel, MN Ehrinpreis, PS Bhathal, IR Mackay, NR Rose

Br J Exp Pathol | Published : 1984


Mice from many different congenic inbred strains were given an intramuscular injection of carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) in olive oil to determine the genetic influences on induction of, and recovery from, liver damage. Liver and blood samples were taken at days 1, 4 and 7. The degree of necrosis and lymphoid infiltration appeared to be controlled, qualitatively and quantitatively, by both H-2-linked and Ah-linked genes. Strain differences were noted in the patterns of hepatocellular necrosis and the proportions of lymphoid, monocytic and other inflammatory cells which characterized the infiltrating population. Kinetic studies of F1 hybrids from matings between the susceptible BALB/cJ male pare..

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