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Malathion-induced testicular toxicity in male rats and the protective effect of vitamins C and E.
Light microscopic investigations revealed that 4 weeks of malathion exposure was associated with necrosis and edema in the seminiferous tubules and interstitial tissues, and it appears that vitamins C and E are not completely protective. Expand
Chlorpyrifos induced hepatotoxic and hematologic changes in rats: the role of quercetin and catechin.
  • F. Uzun, Y. Kalender
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Food and chemical toxicology : an international…
  • 1 May 2013
Catechin and quercetin significantly reduce chlorpyrifos induced hepatotoxicity in rats as a result of protective effects on examining parameters but not completely. Expand
The effects of organophosphate insecticide diazinon on malondialdehyde levels and myocardial cells in rat heart tissue and protective role of vitamin E
Abstract Diazinon is an organophosphate insecticide has been used in agriculture and domestic for several years. Vitamin E (200 mg/kg, twice a week), diazinon (10 mg/kg, per day), and vitamin E (200Expand
Diazinon-induced hepatotoxicity and protective effect of vitamin E on some biochemical indices and ultrastructural changes.
It is concluded that vitamin E decreases diazinon hepatotoxicity, but vitamin E does not protect completely. Expand
Malathion‐induced oxidative stress in human erythrocytes and the protective effect of vitamins C and E in vitro
Results indicated that the presence of vitamins at concentrations that are similar to the levels found in plasma have no effect on malathion‐induced toxicity in erythrocytes at a concentration ofmalathion (200 μM) that is typically used in pesticides. Expand
Doxorubicin hepatotoxicity and hepatic free radical metabolism in rats. The effects of vitamin E and catechin.
Vitamin E and catechin significantly reduce doxorubicin-induced hepatotoxicity in rats, and all enzymes activities showed no statistical differences in the not mentioned groups above. Expand
Acute, subacute and subchronic administration of methyl parathion-induced testicular damage in male rats and protective role of vitamins C and E
Methyl parathion is an organophosphate insecticide that has been used in agriculture and domestic for several years. Vitamin C (200 mg/kg bw per day) + vitamin E (200 mg/kg bw per day), methylExpand
Protective effects of catechin and quercetin on antioxidant status, lipid peroxidation and testis-histoarchitecture induced by chlorpyrifos in male rats.
It appears that catechin and quercetin ameliorate chlorpyrifos induced toxicity except histopathological changes in rat testis tissues. Expand
Malathion-induced hepatotoxicity in rats: the effects of vitamins C and E.
Concomitant vitamin treatment significantly normalized all of the hematological and biochemical parameters that were altered by malathion and exhibited histopathological changes in liver tissues, although some pathological features were only observed in the malathions-treated group. Expand
Dichlorvos-induced hepatotoxicity in rats and the protective effects of vitamins C and E.
Vitamins C and E reduced dichlorvos hepatotoxicity, but vitaminsC and E did not confer complete protection. Expand