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- Al-Otaibi, Wedad Refaiea; Virk, Promy; Elobeid, Mai
- Acta biologica Hungarica 2015 v.66 no.2 pp. 149-160
- rats, etc ; alanine transaminase; aspartate transaminase; blood serum; cholesterol; kidneys; lead; lead acetate; liver; males; malondialdehyde; metabolic diseases; oxidative stress; spleen; stem bromelain; toxicity; triacylglycerols; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... The present study investigates the protective efficacy of stem bromelain against lead-induced toxicity in male Wistar rats. There were six experimental groups; Group I was negative control, Group II was administered only 20 mg/kg of stem bromelain. Group III and V were orally exposed to 30 mg/kg/day and 60 mg/kg/day of lead acetate, respectively. Group IV and Group VI were exposed to both low and ...
- Zidan, Nour El-Hoda A.
- Acta biologica Hungarica 2015 v.66 no.2 pp. 133-148
- rats, etc ; Triticum aestivum; acetylcholinesterase; acid phosphatase; adults; alanine transaminase; albumins; alkaline phosphatase; aspartate transaminase; bilirubin; blood serum; cholesterol; creatinine; grains; histopathology; kidneys; liver; malathion; males; nephrotoxicity; protein content; renal function; spinosad; stored grain; tissues; urea; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... Adult male albino rats were fed on stored wheat grains (Triticum aestivum L.) treated with malathion and spinosad at both 8 and 16 ppm for 90 consecutive days to evaluate their hepatic and renal toxicity. The activity of serum acetylcholinesterase (AChE) was decreased in rats treated with the higher concentration of both tested pesticides. Biochemical parameters of liver functions [i.e., aspartate ...