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Inhibitory effects of food additives on toxicity induced by aflatoxin B1 was conducted in 3-day-old ducklings. Aflatoxin B1 at a dose of 5 μg/day per animal for 14 days induced severe liver damage which included necrosis, fatty changes, and biliary hyperplasia. These changes were found to be inhibited by the daily administration of turmeric (50mg), curcumin(More)
Hyperglycemia accounts for one of the most common medical conditions women encounter during pregnancy. Stringent glycemic control is essential during pregnancy as present and future of two generations are at riskthe mother; and the fetus and even mild abnormality of glucose metabolism can increase the incidence of complications. Strict glycemic control(More)
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