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Dietary Hyaluronic Acid Migrates into the Skin of Rats

Table 3

The distribution of radioactivity in selected organs and tissues as (photostimulated luminescence-background)/area after single oral administration of 14C hyaluronic acid to rats at a dose of 25 mg/kg.

No.TssueDistribution of radio activity (PSL/mm2)
8 hr24 hr96 hr

1Adrenal gland3.744.942.11
2Blood2.121.680.84
3Bone marrow4.885.001.31
4Brain1.20 0.880.54
5Brown fat4.663.682.16
6Epididymis1.761.030.69
7Eyeball0.570.380.26
8Fat0.830.831.19
9Gastric contents0.590.100.04
10Harderian gland12.2718.752.72
11Heart3.091.270.88
12Intestinal contents710.0286.680.28
13Intestine6.608.162.09
14Kidney5.793.931.51
15Liver9.224.481.42
16Lung4.102.931.21
17Mandibular gland7.492.651.31
18Pancreas17.452.101.02
19Pituitary gland3.673.581.60
20Prostate gland2.993.131.13
21Seminal vesicle4.032.432.34
22Skeletal muscle1.681.040.83
23Skin2.363.811.98
24Spleen6.074.431.84
25Stomach5.343.751.30
26Testes0.880.860.57
27Thymus3.162.991.45
28Thyroid gland5.454.541.52
29Urine in bladder6.200.340.06

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