The Effect of Green Tea and Related Substances on the Gastrointestinal Absorption of Strontium 90
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The effect of green tea and related compounds against Sr-90 absorption through the intestine was examined by using Wistar strain rats. It was concluded that green tea acts inhibitorily on the absorption of Sr-90 through the intestine and that the effect is partly due to the astringent action and the reduction of the intestinal movement by green tea.
- Journal of Radiation Research
Journal of Radiation Research 6(2), 55-63, 1965
Journal of Radiation Research Editorial Committee