Klaassen1: Cadmium toxicity in the testes, liver, and trigeminal ganglia in males of 8 inbred strains of mice (2001)

Habeebu SS, Liu Y, Park JD, Klaassen CD. Strain differences in the toxicity of cadmium to trigeminal ganglia in mice. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 2001 Dec 15;177(3):200-7.   PubMed 11749119  

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Investigators Curtis D Klaassen       University of Kansas Medical Center,  Kansas City, KS
Participants Habeebu SS, Liu Y, Park JD
ContactCurtis D Klaassen     cklaasse@kumc.edu     Lab web site
AcknowledgementsFunding provided by NIH ES01142, ES07079.
Project type Phenotype strain survey data set
MPD identifiersKlaassen1     MPD:164
Data changelog No updates/corrections.       Initial release date: 03/2004.
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A tissue or organ is resistant to Cd toxicity if there is no biochemical and/or morphological evidence of toxicity despite increasing doses of Cd to the lethal range. Coding: R = resistant; S = sensitive; HS = highly sensitive; 1 = degeneration only; 2 = degeneration, hemorrhage; 3 = degeneration, necrosis; 4 = degeneration, hemorrhage, necrosis

Procedures conducted:
• histopathology  Cadmium-induced toxicity to liver, testis, trigeminal ganglia.

Mice: inbred   8 strains   ♂   age 8wks   2 experimental groups