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The liver cells of exposed fish showed moderate cellular edema and necrosis of hepatocytes with nuclear degeneration and pyknotic nuclei (Fig 4).
In the present study exposure to 5 mgL-1 Pb2+ induced pathological changes including nuclear degeneration hepatocytes necrosis cellular edema and pyknotic nuclei in the liver tissue of Crucain carp.
pumping out of the cell is the main protective mechanism against occurrence of cellular edema due to the Donnan effect of cytoplasmic proteins.
The accumulation of intracellular calcium leads to dendritic and cellular edema and ultimately neuronal death.
This alteration in intracellular ion concentrations exacerbates dendritic and cellular edema and hastens neuronal death.