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Research Article

Dietary Hyaluronic Acid Migrates into the Skin of Rats

Figure 4

Whole body radioluminograms 96 hours after single oral administration of 14C hyaluronic acid to a rat (dose: 25 mg/kg). (1) Adrenal gland. (2) Blood. (3) Bone marrow. (4) Brain. (5) Brown fat. (6) Epididymis. (7) Eyeball. (8) Fat. (9) Gastric contents. (10) Harderian gland. (11) Heart. (12) Intestinal contents. (13) Intestine. (14) Kidney. (15) Liver. (16) Lung. (17) Mandibular gland. (18) Pancreas. (19) Pituitary gland. (20) Prostate gland. (21) Seminal vesicle. (22) Skeletal muscle. (23) Skin. (24) Spleen. (25) Stomach. (26) Testes. (27) Thymus. (28) Thyroid gland. (29) Urine in bladder.

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