Effects of Goitrigens in brassica family for mammals and other animals.

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TITLE: Brassiodol, a new iodised oil for goitrous patients.
AUTHORS: Ingenbleek Y, et al.
SOURCE: Coll Antropol. 1998 Jun;22(1):51-62.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 10097420 UI: 99197493

TITLE: Alkaline heating of canola and rapeseed meals reduces toxicity for chicks.
AUTHORS: Barrett JE, et al.
SOURCE: Plant Foods Hum Nutr. 1998;52(1):9-15.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 9839830 UI: 99053565

TITLE: Counteracting the negative effects of rapeseed and rapeseed press cake in pig diets.
AUTHORS: Schone F, et al.
SOURCE: Br J Nutr. 1997 Dec;78(6):947-62.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 9497445 UI: 98158873

TITLE: Studies on a long-term use of rapeseed products in diets for boars. Pathomorphological changes in the reproductive system, liver and thyroid gland.
AUTHORS: Rotkiewicz T, et al.
SOURCE: Reprod Nutr Dev. 1997 Nov-Dec;37(6):675-90.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 9477436 UI: 98137923

TITLE: Effect of rapeseed feedstuffs with different glucosinolate content and iodine administration on gestating and lactating sow.
AUTHORS: Schone F, et al.
SOURCE: Zentralbl Veterinarmed A. 1997 Aug;44(6):325-39.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 9342925 UI: 98002441
TITLE: [Rapeseed and rapeseed meal as components in diets of laying hens].
AUTHORS: Richter G, et al.
SOURCE: Arch Tierernahr. 1996;49(3):229-41. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8767057 UI: 96316147

TITLE: Iodine metabolism in response to goitrogen induced altered thyroid status under conditions of moderate and high intake of iodine.
AUTHORS: Lakshmy R, et al.
SOURCE: Horm Metab Res. 1995 Oct;27(10):450-4.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8575723 UI: 96139675

TITLE: Bioactive organosulfur phytochemicals in Brassica oleracea vegetables--a review.
AUTHORS: Stoewsand GS
SOURCE: Food Chem Toxicol. 1995 Jun;33(6):537-43. Review.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7797181 UI: 95317721

TITLE: Natural toxins and protective factors in brassica species, including rapeseed.
AUTHORS: Heaney RK, et al.
SOURCE: Nat Toxins. 1995;3(4):233-7; discussion 242. Review.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7582622 UI: 96052950

TITLE: [The effect of thioglycoside-containing feed on the growth, thyroid hormone and thiocyanate status of swine and poultry].
AUTHORS: Schone F, et al.
SOURCE: Berl Munch Tierarztl Wochenschr. 1994 Dec;107(12):418-21. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7717962 UI: 95234021

TITLE: Evaluation of Brassicas in grazing systems for sheep: II. Blood composition and nutrient status.
AUTHORS: Cox-Ganser JM, et al.
SOURCE: J Anim Sci. 1994 Jul;72(7):1832-41.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7928763 UI: 95013796

TITLE: Evaluation of Brassicas in grazing systems for sheep: I. Quality of forage and animal performance.
AUTHORS: Reid RL, et al.
SOURCE: J Anim Sci. 1994 Jul;72(7):1823-31.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7928762 UI: 95013795

TITLE: Feed intake and apparent digestibility of hay-supplemented brassica diets for lambs.
AUTHORS: Cassida KA, et al.
SOURCE: J Anim Sci. 1994 Jun;72(6):1623-9.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8071189 UI: 94350791

TITLE: Rapeseed products from double-low cultivars as feed for dairy cows: effects of long-term feeding on thyroid function, fertility and animal health.
AUTHORS: Ahlin KA, et al.
SOURCE: Acta Vet Scand. 1994;35(1):37-53.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8209820 UI: 94270303

TITLE: Rapeseed meal-glucosinolates and their antinutritional effects. Part 5. Animal reproduction.
AUTHORS: Mawson R, et al.
SOURCE: Nahrung. 1994;38(6):588-98. Review.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7838215 UI: 95140089

TITLE: Normal circulating triiodothyronine concentrations are maintained despite severe hypothyroidism in growing pigs fed rapeseed presscake meal.
AUTHORS: Spiegel C, et al.
SOURCE: J Nutr. 1993 Sep;123(9):1554-61.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8360780 UI: 93367643

TITLE: Rape-seed meal toxicity in gnotobiotic rats: influence of a whole human faecal flora or single human strains of Escherichia coli and Bacteroides vulgatus.
AUTHORS: Rabot S, et al.
SOURCE: Br J Nutr. 1993 Jul;70(1):323-31.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8399112 UI: 94001944

TITLE: [Testing of rapeseed with different glucosinolate contents in growing swine--a contribution for the evaluation of native harmful substances in food].
AUTHORS: Schone F
SOURCE: DTW Dtsch Tierarztl Wochenschr. 1993 Mar;100(3):94-9. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8472644 UI: 93231063

TITLE: Feeding of rapeseed presscake meal to pigs: effects on thyroid morphology and function and on thyroid hormone blood levels, on liver and on growth performance.
AUTHORS: Spiegel C, et al.
SOURCE: Zentralbl Veterinarmed A. 1993 Feb;40(1):45-57.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8451903 UI: 93198445
TITLE: [Toasted rapeseed meal in broiler fattening diet].
AUTHORS: Schloffel J, et al.
SOURCE: Arch Tierernahr. 1993;45(1):79-87. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 8572920 UI: 96171284

TITLE: Determination of serum levels of dietary thiocyanate.
AUTHORS: Olea F, et al.
SOURCE: J Anal Toxicol. 1992 Jul-Aug;16(4):258-60.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 1501479 UI: 92365381

TITLE: Effects of high levels of brussels sprouts in the diet of rats.
AUTHORS: de Groot AP, et al.
SOURCE: Food Chem Toxicol. 1991 Dec;29(12):829-37.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 1765328 UI: 92112144

TITLE: [Testing of extracted particles from winter rapeseed with different glucosinolate levels in swine with special reference to the iodine supply. 2. Thyroid hormone status, histomorphometric findings and iodine content of the thyroid gland].
AUTHORS: Schone F, et al.
SOURCE: Arch Tierernahr. 1991 Jun;41(5):487-99. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 1953333 UI: 92061542

TITLE: Nutritional value of processed rapeseed meal.
AUTHORS: Paik IK
SOURCE: Adv Exp Med Biol. 1991;289:403-14.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 1716819 UI: 91377538

TITLE: Effect of varying glucosinolate and iodine intake via rapeseed meal diets on serum thyroid hormone level and total iodine in the thyroid in growing pigs.
AUTHORS: Schone F, et al.
SOURCE: Endocrinol Exp. 1990 Dec;24(4):415-27.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 2096076 UI: 91256929

TITLE: Goiter, iodine, and cabbage.
AUTHORS: Farrar GE Jr
SOURCE: Clin Ther. 1990 Mar-Apr;12(2):191-2. No abstract available.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 2191778 UI: 90283979

TITLE: Glucosinolates toxicity in growing rats: interactions with the hepatic detoxification system.
AUTHORS: Nugon-Baudon L, et al.
SOURCE: Xenobiotica. 1990 Feb;20(2):223-30.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 2110394 UI: 90239952

TITLE: [Feeding of broilers with rape extract meal treated with copper ions with consideration of the iodine supply--effect on growth and thyroid hormone status].
AUTHORS: Schone F, et al.
SOURCE: Nahrung. 1989;33(2):221-3. German. No abstract available.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 2725631 UI: 89262007

TITLE: Goitrogens and thyroid follicular cell neoplasia: evidence for a threshold process.
AUTHORS: Paynter OE, et al.
SOURCE: Regul Toxicol Pharmacol. 1988 Mar;8(1):102-19. Review.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 3285378 UI: 88218280

TITLE: Role of glucosinolates in the causation of liver haemorrhages in laying hens fed water-extracted or heat-treated rapeseed cakes.
AUTHORS: Wight PA, et al.
SOURCE: Res Vet Sci. 1987 Nov;43(3):313-9.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 3444977 UI: 88177534

TITLE: Pathological features in thymus and thyroids of lambs fed on turnips.
AUTHORS: Barberan M, et al.
SOURCE: Vet Rec. 1987 Apr 11;120(15):367-8. No abstract available.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 3590589 UI: 87236135

TITLE: Valorization of rapeseed meal. 4. Effects of iodine, copper and ferrous salt supplementation in growing rats.
AUTHORS: Vermorel M, et al.
SOURCE: Reprod Nutr Dev. 1987;27(4):769-79.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 3659562 UI: 88017399

TITLE: Valorization of rapeseed meal. 3. Effects of glucosinolate content on food intake, weight gain, liver weight and plasma thyroid hormone levels in growing rats.
AUTHORS: Vermorel M, et al.
SOURCE: Reprod Nutr Dev. 1987;27(1A):57-66.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 3575869 UI: 87205477

TITLE: [Evaluation in animal experiments of crest-line analysis according to Hoerl. Results with rapeseed meal and maneb].
AUTHORS: Bleyl DW, et al.
SOURCE: Nahrung. 1987;31(10):1041-4. German. No abstract available.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 3437915 UI: 88143055

TITLE: [Effect of iodine, copper and zinc supplements to rations with a high quota of rapeseed extract meal on the growth and thyroid function of fattening swine. 3. The effect on weight and the histomorphometric findings in the thyroid and on the serum T3 and T4 concentrations].
AUTHORS: Schone F, et al.
SOURCE: Arch Tierernahr. 1986 Apr-May;36(4-5):371-80. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 3741130 UI: 86295050

TITLE: [Effect of iodine, copper and zinc supplements to rations with a high quota of rapeseed extract meal on the growth and thyroid function of fattening swine. 2. The effect of the iodine supplement on nutrient digestibility and on protein and energy retention].
AUTHORS: Schone F, et al.
SOURCE: Arch Tierernahr. 1986 Apr-May;36(4-5):361-9. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 3741129 UI: 86295049

TITLE: Preliminary observations on the effect of dietary brussels sprouts on thyroid function.
AUTHORS: McMillan M, et al.
SOURCE: Hum Toxicol. 1986 Jan;5(1):15-9.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 2419242 UI: 86138368

TITLE: [Effect of iodine, copper and zinc additions to the diet with a high proportion of coarse rape meal extract on the growth and thyroid function of fattening pigs. 1. The effect on fattening performance].
AUTHORS: Ludke H, et al.
SOURCE: Arch Tierernahr. 1985 Dec;35(12):835-45. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 4096636 UI: 86158250

TITLE: Influence of phytogenic substances with thyreostatic effects in combination with iodine on the thyroid hormones and somatomedin level in pigs.
AUTHORS: Jahreis G, et al.
SOURCE: Exp Clin Endocrinol. 1985 Apr;85(2):183-90.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 2410286 UI: 85257879

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TITLE: Rapeseed induced liver haemorrhage, reticulolysis and biochemical changes in laying hens: the effects of feeding high and low glucosinolate meals.
AUTHORS: Martland MF, et al.
SOURCE: Res Vet Sci. 1984 May;36(3):298-309.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 6463374 UI: 84273714

TITLE: Biochemical changes in layer and broiler chickens when fed on a high-glucosinolate rapeseed meal.
AUTHORS: Pearson AW, et al.
SOURCE: Br Poult Sci. 1983 Jul;24(3):417-27.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 6193844 UI: 84001479

TITLE: Hepatic polysubstrate monooxygenase activities in different strains of rats fed cabbage (Brassica oleracea).
AUTHORS: Miller KW, et al.
SOURCE: Drug Chem Toxicol. 1983;6(1):93-110.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 6861663 UI: 83234131

TITLE: Comparative effects of semisynthetic D-5-vinyl-2-thiooxazolidone and water-extracted rapeseed meal in the rat.
AUTHORS: Ballester D, et al.
SOURCE: Ann Nutr Metab. 1982;26(5):301-7.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7137953 UI: 83047020

TITLE: [Functional and histological study of the thyroid gland of rats fed detoxified rapeseed flour].
AUTHORS: Ballester D, et al.
SOURCE: Arch Latinoam Nutr. 1981 Dec;31(4):796-807. Spanish. No abstract available.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7347167 UI: 82283072

TITLE: Thyroid function in relation to trimethylamine oxidation in immature domestic fowl fed on rapeseed meal.
AUTHORS: Davison TF, et al.
SOURCE: Br Poult Sci. 1981 Sep;22(5):437-43.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7317811 UI: 82092889

TITLE: [Suitability of coarse rapeseed meals from various procedures for fattening broiler chickens. 2. Goitrogenic effect of rapeseed meals].
AUTHORS: Rotkiewicz T, et al.
SOURCE: Nahrung. 1981;25(4):371-8. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 7254312 UI: 81245144

TITLE: Studies on the naturally occurring goitrogen 5-vinyl-2-thiooxazolidone. Metabolism and antithyroid effect in the rat.
AUTHORS: Elfving S
SOURCE: Ann Clin Res. 1980;Suppl 28:1-47. No abstract available.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 6162413 UI: 81132098

TITLE: The effect of rapeseed meal and methimazole on levels of plasma hormones in growing broiler cockerels.
AUTHORS: Chiasson RB, et al.
SOURCE: Poult Sci. 1979 Nov;58(6):1575-83.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 537986 UI: 80145442

TITLE: The effect of rapeseed meal on the energy metabolism of laying hens.
AUTHORS: Smith WK, et al.
SOURCE: Br Poult Sci. 1979 Sep;20(5):453-62.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 533608 UI: 80089458

TITLE: Studies on the effects of rapeseed meal on thyroid status of cattle, glucosinolate and iodine content of milk and other parameters.
AUTHORS: Papas A, et al.
SOURCE: J Nutr. 1979 Jul;109(7):1129-39.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 448457 UI: 79196112

TITLE: Element and polychlorinated biphenyl deposition and effects in sheep fed cabbage grown on municipal sewage sludge.
AUTHORS: Haschek WM, et al.
SOURCE: Cornell Vet. 1979 Jul;69(3):302-14.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 113171 UI: 80002905

TITLE: Nutritional evaluation of low-glucosinolate rapeseed meals obtained by various processes.
AUTHORS: Mukherjee KD, et al.
SOURCE: Nutr Metab. 1979;23(1):1-10.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 759989 UI: 79094447

TITLE: Effects of rapeseed meal on laying hens (Gallus domesticus) in relation to fatty liver-haemorrhagic syndrome and egg taint.
AUTHORS: Pearson AW, et al.
SOURCE: Res Vet Sci. 1978 Nov;25(3):307-13.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 749083 UI: 79158893

TITLE: Productive performance and liver lesions in two strains of laying hens receiving two rapeseed meals.
AUTHORS: Grandhi RR, et al.
SOURCE: Poult Sci. 1977 Nov;56(6):1904-8.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 611494 UI: 78158104

TITLE: Transfer of 125I to eggs in hens fed on diets containing high-and low-glucosinolate rapeseed meals.
AUTHORS: [No authors listed]
SOURCE: Br Poult Sci. 1977 Nov;18(6):705-10.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 597737 UI: 78081889

TITLE: Toxicity of water extracted rapeseed meal in the rat.
AUTHORS: Ballester D, et al.
SOURCE: J Sci Food Agric. 1977 Sep;28(9):855-62. No abstract available.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 904303 UI: 78008859

TITLE: Effect of thyroxine and thiouracil additions to diets containing rapeseed meal, on chick growth and carcass composition.
AUTHORS: Summers JD, et al.
SOURCE: Poult Sci. 1977 Jan;56(1):25-35.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 605005 UI: 78115720

TITLE: Mustard meal in dairy rations.
AUTHORS: Moss BR
SOURCE: J Dairy Sci. 1975 Nov;58(11):1682-7.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 53243 UI: 76069842

TITLE: [The role of deiodase and iodase in disturbed iodination processes in the thyroid].
AUTHORS: Taterka W
SOURCE: MMW Munch Med Wochenschr. 1975 Feb 14;117(7):241-4. German.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 804102 UI: 75118700
TITLE: In vitro studies on the effect of different dietary fats and different proportions of dietary protein on the synthesis of lipids by rat arterial tissue.
AUTHORS: Mukherjee C, et al.
SOURCE: J Nutr. 1971 Jun;101(6):713-22. No abstract available.
CIT. IDS: PMID: 5578922 UI: 71205266

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