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- Tashma, Zev, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Phytotherapy research 2010 v.24 no.5 pp. 706-714
- alkaline phosphatase; antioxidant activity; atherosclerosis; blood lipids; cholesterol; garlic; in vivo studies; onions; rats
- ... Garlic and white and red varieties of onion were subjected to processing by a variety of culinary methods, and bioactive compounds then determined. For in vivo studies, 84 male Wistar rats were randomly divided into 14 diet groups, each of six rats, including two control groups (one with no supplementation and one with cholesterol supplementation only). During the 30-day trial, the basal diets of ...