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Histopathological effects of coriander and cumin on arsenic exposed liver of Charles Foster Rats

Karan Kumar Kant, Namita Lal*

Abstract


A wide exploration to achieve an easy and effective remedy for the chronic arsenic poisoning has been carried out in the present study. The study constitutes the treatment of arsenic treated rats with the ethanolic extracts of cumin seeds and coriander leaves respectively. Rats were fed with sodium arsenate through gavage method for 45 days and then were fed with ethanolic extracts of cumin seeds and coriander leaves. The rats were observed recovering themselves after exposure of ethanolic extracts of cumin seeds and coriander leaves which was confirmed by the histological studies on the liver of rats.

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arsenic; sodium arsenate; cumin seeds; coriander leaves

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