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From: Sub-chronic treatment with high doses of ascorbic acid reduces lead levels in hen eggs intentionally exposed to a concentrated source of lead: a pilot study

Fig. 3

Lead (Pb) levels in egg-albumen samples at baseline (control), following exposure to lead acetate (200 mg/kgbody weight/day) for 1 week (1 W Pb), 4 weeks without (4W no treatment), and 4 weeks with (4W AA treatment) treatment with high daily doses (500 mg/kgbody weight/day) of ascorbic acid. A total of 6 samples were analyzed. ns: not statistically significant, **: p-value < 0.01

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