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Bryant Goold

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Ajwa dates The objective was to study the in-vivo protective effect of Al-Madinah Ajwa (identify of essentially the most well-known date in Al-Madinah Al-Monwarah City) extract in opposition to lead acetate toxicity on the tissues of vital organs. Four rabbit groups have been used as an animal model for this study. Ajwa extract treated group (300 mg/kg/day, for 14 days) have been evaluated for lead acetate (500 ppm in ingesting water for 14 days) intoxication compared to lead acetate alone-intoxicated group; Ajwa extract group and management group. This was done by evaluation of liver and kidney capabilities, blood lead ranges, levels of oxidants-antioxidants and histopathological changes in liver, kidney, heart and lung in numerous teams.

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