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COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN OXYGEN THERAPY AND RUTIN AS AN ANTIOXIDANT IN HYPERLIPIDEMIC RATS

@inproceedings{Wahba2015COMPARATIVESB,
  title={COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN OXYGEN THERAPY AND RUTIN AS AN ANTIOXIDANT IN HYPERLIPIDEMIC RATS},
  author={Sanaa M.R. Wahba and Walaa Ahmed Moustafa El-Nahrawy and Hanaa K. Mohamed},
  year={2015}
}
Obesity is a metabolic disorder and fundamental cause of other fatal diseases including atherosclerosis and cancer. One of the main factor that contributes to the development of obesity is high-fat (HF) consumption. In the present study, the changes in selected biochemical blood variables which are thought to represent risk factors coincident with obesity were compared between a group of normal control male albino rats and other groups suffering from obesity induced by feeding rats on fatty… 

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