Fenitrothion induced oxidative stress and morphological alterations of sperm and testes in male sprague-dawley rats

@article{Taib2013FenitrothionIO,
  title={Fenitrothion induced oxidative stress and morphological alterations of sperm and testes in male sprague-dawley rats},
  author={Izatus Shima Taib and S. B. Budin and A. Ghazali and P. Jayusman and S. R. Louis and J. Mohamed},
  journal={Clinics},
  year={2013},
  volume={68},
  pages={93 - 100}
}
OBJECTIVE: Fenitrothion residue is found primarily in soil, water and food products and can lead to a variety of toxic effects on the immune, hepatobiliary and hematological systems. However, the effects of fenitrothion on the male reproductive system remain unclear. This study aimed to evaluate the effects of fenitrothion on the sperm and testes of male Sprague-Dawley rats. METHODS: A 20 mg/kg dose of fenitrothion was administered orally by gavages for 28 consecutive days. Blood sample was… Expand
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