Immunotoxic studies on clarias batrachus during experimental plumbism

Chornic lead toxicity on some immunological parameters in the fish calarias batrachus, linn., exposed to non-lethel (15ppm) lead acetate for 105 days elevated blood lead level upp to 140 mg/dl), histamin (up to 6 fold), antisera titre (8 fold) and increased cytotoxicity (42.31%) C-reactive protien also increased up to 100 fold (from 200 to 20460 mg) and macrophage acid phosphates activity decreased about 40%.

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B.N Naik, P.C. Rout

Time Frame

1996

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Publication Type

Journal Article

Experts

B.N Naik, P.C. Rout

Time Frame

1996