Green coffee beans

@inproceedings{Garg2021GreenCB,
  title={Green coffee beans},
  author={Satish Kumar Garg and Amit kumar Shukla and Soumen Choudhury},
  year={2021}
}

Micronucleus and Comet Assay as An Index for Carbon Tetrachloride Genotoxicity in Rats

  • S. Mosallam
  • Biology
    Egyptian Academic Journal of Biological Sciences. C, Physiology and Molecular Biology
  • 2022
It was concluded that the GCE and olive oil minimizes the genotoxic role of CCL4 in rats and illustrated the protentional antioxidant effects of Green Coffee Extract and Olive Oil together or apart on the hepatotoxicity and cancerous effects of Carbon Tetrachloride in the liver and bone marrow of male albino rats.

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