Chemoprotective Potentials of Selected Dietary Supplements inGlyphosate-based Herbicide-induced Nephrotoxicity andDyslipidemia in Albino Wistar Rats

@inproceedings{Ony2019ChemoprotectivePO,
  title={Chemoprotective Potentials of Selected Dietary Supplements inGlyphosate-based Herbicide-induced Nephrotoxicity andDyslipidemia in Albino Wistar Rats},
  author={Ujowundu Cosmas Ony and Ajaegbo Eberechukw and Ujowundu Favour Nti and Okorie Amka Anna and O OnyemucheShadrack and Nwajagu Anthony If and Njoku Mryana Olu},
  year={2019}
}
Background and Objectives: There is an immediate and urgent need to fashion out workable strategy for the amelioration of intentional and/or unintentional exposure to commercially formulated glyphosate based herbicide. This is important because of the multiple biochemical and organ toxicity arising from the surge in its use. To achieve this, nutritional supplements were used in this chemoprotective study to ameliorate glyphosate-based herbicide-induced nephrotoxicity and dyslipidemia in albino… CONTINUE READING

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