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Epiphyseal growth plates of proximal tibiae in rats with high doses of vitamin A (V-A) were observed. Of 4 groups, each consisting of 5 rats, three groups were given V-A at doses, IU/100 g by body weight/day, of 50,000, 100,000, and 150,000, respectively. The other group rats were given no V-A (control). Rats were administered V-A for the 5 days from 4 weeks after birth and sacrificed at 12 weeks after birth. Three rats of the 150,000 IU group died during the period of observation. Thedoi:10.1292/jvms.60.815 pmid:9713809 fatcat:ptnhxp7hmvexnishrnxnn5lsia