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OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR TOXIC EFFECTS OF ZINGIBER OFFICINALE ( GINGER ) IN ADULT MALE ALBINO RATS AND ITS POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF ACTION BY

@inproceedings{Elkhishin2010OFTC,
  title={OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR TOXIC EFFECTS OF ZINGIBER OFFICINALE ( GINGER ) IN ADULT MALE ALBINO RATS AND ITS POSSIBLE MECHANISMS OF ACTION BY},
  author={Iman A. Elkhishin and I. Awwad},
  year={2010}
}
Ginger is a world known food plant which is equally reputed for its medicinal properties. The aim of the work is to study the acute and subacute cardiovascular toxicity of ginger in adult male albino rats and its possible mechanisms of action. The invivo studies included eighty four adult male albino rats for the acute and subacute toxicity experiments. The rats were divided into 7 groups each one consisted of 12 rats. All rats received ginger orally in saline. Each of the invivo studies… CONTINUE READING

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