Susan R. Hintz, M.D., M.S. Epi.

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  • TIN PROTOPORPHYRIN INHIBITS CARBON-MONOXIDE PRODUCTION IN SUCKLING MICE BIOLOGY OF THE NEONATE Stevenson, D. K., Watson, E. M., Hintz, S. R., Kim, C. B., Vreman, H. J. 1987; 51 (1): 40-44

    Abstract:

    The carbon monoxide excretion rate (VeCO) of groups of 1-day-old mice was measured after administration of two separate doses of 50 nmol of tin protoporphyrin (TP) per gram of body weight. The mean VeCO of the saline-treated control groups over the study period was 1.50 +/- 0.26 nmol/g/h, and that of the TP-treated groups was 1.35 +/- 0.29 nmol/g/h. Tin protoporphyrin treatment reduced the CO excretion by approximately 14% in 2-day-old mice over 24-48 h.

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