Determination of Hematological Effects of Methanolic Leaf Extract of S. incanum in Normal Mice

@article{Muriithi2015DeterminationOH,
  title={Determination of Hematological Effects of Methanolic Leaf Extract of S. incanum in Normal Mice},
  author={Njagi J Muriithi and Gitahi S Maina and Njagi M Mugendi and Mwangi B. Maina and Mworia J Kiambi and Juma K Kelvin and Aliyu M. Umar and Mwonjoria K John and Njoroge W Ann and Abdirahman Ya and Ngugi Mathew Piero and Njagi Nm Eliud},
  journal={Pharmaceutica Analytica Acta},
  year={2015},
  volume={6},
  pages={1-6}
}
Medicinal plants and herbs have been used for ages for the purposes of enhancing and maintaining health and organic resistance against body infection. This is due to their ready availability and arguably efficacious state, therefore offering an alternative remedy in enhancing hematological parameters. Various chemical constituents of Solanum incanum (Linn) are believed to possess therapeutic effects on hematological parameters, but these effects have not been subjected to systematic scientific… 
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