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Effects of Aqueous Seed Extract of Persea americana Mill . ( Avocado ) on Blood Pressure and Lipid Profile in Hypertensive Rats

@inproceedings{Imafidon2013EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of Aqueous Seed Extract of Persea americana Mill . ( Avocado ) on Blood Pressure and Lipid Profile in Hypertensive Rats},
  author={Kate Evbu Imafidon and F. C. Amaechina},
  year={2013}
}
The effects of aqueous seed extract of Persea americana Mill. (avocado), var. Fuerte, on blood pressures, plasma and tissue lipids of albino rats were investigated. Twenty-five rats were divided into 5 groups of 5 rats each. Group 1 (normal), group 2 (hypertensive), group 3 (hypertensive + 200 mg/kg b .wt of extract), group 4 (hypertensive + 500 mg/kg b. wt of extract) and group 5 (hypertensive + 700 mg/kg b. wt of extract). Except for group 1, which received 100% growers mash, all other groups… 

Hypoglycaemic and tissue-protective effects of the aqueous extract of persea americana seeds on alloxan-induced albino rats.

The present study provides a pharmacological basis for the folkloric use of the hot-water extract of P. americana seeds in the management of diabetes mellitus and reversed the histopathological damage that occurred in alloxan-induced diabetic rats.

Preliminary comparative effect of the aqueous extract of Persea americana seeds on the blood pressure of normotensive rabbits and rats

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Comparative Hepatotoxic Effects of Aqueous and Phenolic Extracts of Avocado (Persea americana ) Seed in Wistar Albino Rats

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Histopathological effect of aqueous extract of Persea americana seed on alloxan- induced diabetic rats

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Antihyperglycemic and Antihyperlipidemic Effect of Persea americana in High Fat Diet and Low Dose Streptozotocin Induced T2DM Male Albino Wistar Rats

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