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Postulated anti-diabetic effect of fish ear stone ( Otolith ) in experimental animals

@inproceedings{Areqi2015PostulatedAE,
  title={Postulated anti-diabetic effect of fish ear stone ( Otolith ) in experimental animals},
  author={Abdullah Ahmed Areqi and Doa’a Anwar Ibrahim and Mohamed Salama},
  year={2015}
}
The aim of this study is to Evaluate the anti-diabe tic ffect of otolith (ear stone ) that obtained f rom type of fish called "Arius Thalassinus " , which has medicinal properties and traditionally us ed in Yemen", for treatment of diabetic mellitus type 2. Experimental animals were divided to 2 diabetic models (streptozotocin and f ructose model) Composed of ( 9) groups , Each model contain s 4 groups , 6 animals in each group , while, Group I was kept as control for both models only taken… 
In vitro evaluation of cytotoxicity, anti-inflammatory and wound healing properties of otolith stones from pomadasys maculates
TLDR
The goals of this study are to determine whether otolith stones have cytotoxic effects on fibroblast cells, and to investigate the cytotoxicity, anti-inflammatory and wound healing properties of Otolith stones found in Pomadasys maculatus fishes.

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