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Effect of Mucuna pruriens (Linn.) on mitochondrial dysfunction and DNA damage in epididymal sperm of streptozotocin induced diabetic rat.
d-pinitol mitigates tumor growth by modulating interleukins and hormones and induces apoptosis in rat breast carcinogenesis through inhibition of NF-κB
- T. Rengarajan, N. Nandakumar, P. Rajendran, M. K. Ganesh, M. Balasubramanian, I. Nishigaki
- BiologyJournal of Physiology and Biochemistry
- 1 April 2015
The collective involvement of the abovementioned parameters along with NF-κB signaling through which d-pinitol induces apoptosis and subsequently suppresses breast cancer during DMBA-induced rat breast carcinogenesis is revealed.
Morphological diversity of sperm: A mini review
- Seppan Prakash, E. Prithiviraj, Premavathy Dinesh
- BiologyIranian journal of reproductive medicine
- 1 April 2014
The accumulated knowledge indicates evolution of sperm morphology across species has some associations with female reproductive tract, sperm competition and sperm size and number, however interpreting these results for phylogentic correlations should be approached with caution.
Long-Term Exposure of Sildenafil Citrate on Sperm Parameters in Rat
It is clearly indicated that long term SIL has shown to induce alteration in sperm quality and quantity, leading to decline in fertility rate, and indicates that SIL impinge on spermatogenesis as well as epididymal function.
Stability of Platelet-rich Fibrin Treated with Tranexamic Acid In Vivo: A Histological Study in Rats
It can be concluded that tranexamic acid is effective in delaying the degradation of the PRF membrane and has a positive influence on connective tissue healing in Wistar rats.
Effect of hyperglycemia on perineal musculature in erectile dysfunction on streptozotocine-induced long term diabetic male rat
Determine Cyp17a1 and Ki67 Expressions in Pcos Induced Rat Model Treated with Sepia pharaonis Ink Extract Proves Effective
- J. Ebenezer, R. Gunapriya, K. Ranganathan, R. Vijayaraghavan, M. K. Ganesh
- Biology, MedicineIndian Journal of Animal Research
- 23 October 2020
SPIE can be used as a therapeutic drug for PCOS in future, reduce infertility complaint of females and prevent early inception of diabetes mellitus.