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Immunomodulatory effect of Ocimum sanctum against endosulfan induced immunotoxicity

@inproceedings{Anjaneyulu2010ImmunomodulatoryEO,
  title={Immunomodulatory effect of Ocimum sanctum against endosulfan induced immunotoxicity},
  author={Yerrimilli Anjaneyulu and Ch. Srilatha},
  year={2010}
}
The present experiment was designed to make a systematic study of experimentally induced immunotoxicity of endosulfan and its amelioration with Ocimum sanctum in male Wistar rats at 6, 3 and 1.5 mg / Kg b.wt to groups II, III and IV by mixing in ground nut oil for 6 weeks. To the groups V, VI and VII in addition to endosulfan as above mentioned dose, Ocimum sanctum was given at 200 mg / kg b.wt daily per orally for the same duration to study immuno modulatory effect. Group I served as oil… 

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