Calcergy Inhibited by Calciphylactic Challengers

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Science  22 Mar 1968:
Vol. 159, Issue 3821, pp. 1361-1362
DOI: 10.1126/science.159.3821.1361


The subcutaneous calcification effected in the rat at sites directly treated with calcergens, such as lead acetate, CeCl3, CaCl2, and KMnO4, is inhibited by simultaneous local application of various calciphylactic challengers, but not by many other compounds.