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Brown Rat

 

(Rattus norvegiens), a mammal of the order Rodentia.

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administered PtNPs orally to male Wistar rats (25 and 50 mg/kg) in daily doses for 7 consecutive days [23].
In fact, morphological changes were found in peripheral nerves of 10- and 24-month-old Wistar rats (31).
The study was aimed to explore the hepatoprotective activity of the AEPF in Wistar rats. Carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatic injury was used for the present study.
We designed a treadmill exercise protocol for three different groups of male Wistar rats, low, moderate, and high-intensity treadmill exercises.
The amount of dermis collagen in the skin of Wistar rats, if there is an increase is a sign of the protective effect of purple corn extract (Zea mays) on collagen damage due to exposure to UV-B rays and biomarkers of increased fibroblast production.
Effect of carbonated drink on excisional palatal wound healing: a study on Wistar rats. Indian J Dent Res.
Wistar rats licked (dark-gray bars) more than SHR rats, and these (both) licked more than WKY rats.
Group BMP-7 protein expression (%) Mean [+ or -] SD p of rat Number 1 2 3 4 5 I 19.8 23.8 24.2 0.38 20.4 17.71 [+ or -] 9.8 II 22.5 29.3 32.9 19.5 14.4 23.72 [+ or -] 7.4 III 26.8 32.1 27.4 22.1 18.1 25.3 [+ or -] 5.3 0.018 (*) IV 28.1 18.4 34.9 15.6 37.7 26.94 [+ or -] 9.7 V 38.2 45.9 46.1 56.1 33.9 44.04 [+ or -] 8.5 (*) significant difference of mean in Wistar rat group (p<0.05) Table 2: ExtraglomerulerBMP-7 protein expression (group I and II=negative control; group III, IV and V=8% NaCl+telmisartan 3, 6 and 12 mg/kg BW).
A 15-day study was performed to evaluate the repeated dose efficacy of the pomegranate peel extract and compare it with nystatin in the 35 Wistar rats according to the standard protocols of the Transitional Guidance on the Biocidal Products Regulation.
Despite the numerous medicinal properties and uses of this extract, there is paucity of information on its biochemical and hematological effects in anemic and normal Wistar rats. This study will advance knowledge on the possible hematopoietic and leukocytotic effects of C.
Key Words: Moderate exercise, Vascular endothelial growth factor, Wound healing, Wistar rats
Thus, the purpose of this study is to determine the effect of wheat-cassava composite bread on the liver architecture of wistar rat.