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exposed Wistar rats to PtNPs via the oral route [22].
The slight decrease in blood glucose levels for old rats may be related to senescence; the median survival age for Wistar rats is 29-30 months (13).
Normal Control Ccl4 Control LIV-52 AEPF-250 AEPF-500 SGOT 135 314.4 141.6 212.8 172.8 SGPT 60.2 256.4 98 181.2 136 ALP 213.2 430 246.8 310.4 266.8 CHOLESTEROL 120.4 185.8 127.4 161.6 147.2 Figure 1: Effect of Phyllanthus fraternus on serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase, serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase, alkaline phosphatase, and cholesterol in [CCl.sub.4]-induced hepatotoxicity in Wistar rats Note: Table made from bar graph.
Eight-week-old male Wistar rats were obtained from the Animal Breeding Centre of PT Biofarma in Cisarua, Indonesia.
This study was conducted in vivo, using 36 Wistar rats aged 10-12 weeks, male sex and body weight between 150-160 g, randomly grouped into 2 groups and each group consisted of 18 rats.
Low frequency noise effects on the periodontium of the Wistar rat - a light microscopy study 2007; 11(1): 27-30
The present study involved administering various doses of cocoa extract to adult albino Wistar rats and observing their effects on wound healing.
The present study used Wistar rats (as in Pellon and Perez-Padilla) and also incorporated two rat strains that have proven differentially sensitive to delays in reinforcement (Hand, Fox, & Reilly, 2006; Johansen et al., 2005) and that are relevant to the testing of the idea that behaviors induced by intermittent food delivery are manageable by operant contingencies (Ibias & Pellon, 2011, 2014; Ibias, Pellon, & Sanabria, 2015).
Intraglomerular and extraglomerular BMP-7 protein expression were higher in kidney of telmisartan-induced Wistar rats than negative control.
esculenta leaf extract in anemic and normal Wistar rats. Materials and Methods: Wistar rats (n = 30), aged 2-3 months, weighing 160-220 g, were categorized into five groups (A to E).
Methodology: Wistar Rats (Rattus norvegicus) were divided into control group (group I) and treatment group (group II).
Twenty-four male wistar rats were divided randomly into four groups.
Twenty (20) male Wistar rats (Rattus norvegius) were purchased from the Animal House of the Department of Anatomy, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria.