The Therapeutic and Immunological Effect of Strawberry Extracts in Hepatic Rats

London Journal of Research in Science: Natural and Formal
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Lobna Saad , NA
Classification: FOR Code: 070799
Keywords: strawberry extracts - hepatitis - immunological change.
Language: English

This study aimed to determine the effect of different levels of strawberry  extracts on biochemical and immunological changes of infected mice liver. The study used (20) white Albino rats and were divided into two main groups first set of mice infected with hepatitis Second Group of negative control, a non-mice group infected and was then the first and second main group is divided into five sub-groups, including three groups fed with different concentrations of strawberry  extracts 5%, 10%, 15% and one group control positive infected with the disease do not feed on the experimental diet and another control negative non-infected this disease means that all mice are divided into five groups of four mice in each group. And then were injected with carbon tetrachloride mice twice a week for two weeks. the results the best treatments in the level of total cholesterol and triglycerides and LDL appeared in the experimental diet groups, 10% and 15% of strawberry  extracts and also showed the immune results significantly different in each experimental diet groups when compared to the group negative control. Results recommended to hepatic patients to added strawberry  extracts  in their diet because it contains useful component.


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