subchronic

subchronic

(sŭb″kron′ik) [ sub- + chronic]
In human health and disease, of moderate or intermediate duration. The term is imprecise; the period is usually as long as a month but less than 10% of a lifetime.
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Further study is required on the subchronic and chronic effects of the exposure involving other physiological parameters.
subchronic, chronic, two-generation studies) are necessary when chemical migration from plastic FCMs is above 50 [micro]g/kg food in the European Union, or 150 [micro]g/person/day in the United States, respectively.
The modulatory effects of ellagic acid and vitamin E succinate on TCDD- induced oxidative stress in different brain regions of rats after subchronic exposure.
Metabolic response to subacute and subchronic iron overload in a rat model.
1) Arsenic toxicity-acute, subchronic or chronic is known to interfere with hematopoietic and immune systems.
Safety assessment of methanol extract of red dragon fruit (Hylocereus polyrhizus): Acute and subchronic toxicity studies.
Our recent study about the 90-day subchronic oral toxicity in rats has confirmed the safety of the triterpene-enriched extract from Alismatis Rhizoma (Huang et al.
In addition, our group is also presently working with a ketamine induced animal model of schizophrenia, as it is now generally accepted that a subchronic administration of 30 mg/kg ketamine induces reliable changes in behaviour of rat and parameters of dopaminergic, glutamatergic, and serotonergic neurotransmissions, which could resemble to schizophrenia manifestations.
We utilized a fractional radiation pattern for 8 weeks to simulate the subchronic low-dose IR exposure which is more common than the serious nuclear accident.
Effect of subchronic realgar exposure on Glu and Gln in infant rat brain.
Studies on beneficial role in subchronic toxicity of liver: A polyherbalhepatoprotective drug.