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Cholestyramine protection against ochratoxin A toxicity: role of ochratoxin A sorption by the resin and bile acid enterohepatic circulation.

Kerkadi A, Barriault C, Marquardt RR, Frohlich AA, Yousef IM, Zhu XX, Tuchweber B.

J Food Prot. 1999 Dec;62(12):1461-5.

PMID:
10606152
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Dietary cholestyramine reduces ochratoxin A-induced nephrotoxicity in the rat by decreasing plasma levels and enhancing fecal excretion of the toxin.

Kerkadi A, Barriault C, Tuchweber B, Frohlich AA, Marquardt RR, Bouchard G, Yousef IM.

J Toxicol Environ Health A. 1998 Feb 6;53(3):231-50.

PMID:
9482354
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Prevention of nephrotoxicity of ochratoxin A, a food contaminant.

Creppy EE, Baudrimont I, Betbeder AM.

Toxicol Lett. 1995 Dec;82-83:869-77. Review.

PMID:
8597155
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Effect of dietary cholestyramine on the elimination pattern of ochratoxin A in rats.

Madhyastha MS, Frohlich AA, Marquardt RR.

Food Chem Toxicol. 1992 Aug;30(8):709-14.

PMID:
1398352
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Evidence for an enterohepatic circulation of ochratoxin A in mice.

Roth A, Chakor K, Creppy EE, Kane A, Roschenthaler R, Dirheimer G.

Toxicology. 1988 Mar;48(3):293-308.

PMID:
3344528

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