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Protective Effect of Vitamin E on Indomethacin Induced Gastric Ulcers

@inproceedings{Yousaf2014ProtectiveEO,
  title={Protective Effect of Vitamin E on Indomethacin Induced Gastric Ulcers},
  author={Ayesha Yousaf and Shaista Ali and Zahra Haider Bokhari and Attiya Khalid and Muhammad Amin Sheikh},
  year={2014}
}
Background: To study the histomorphological changes in gastric mucosa induced in mice by Indomethacin and to assess the protective effect of vitamin E with variable duration of drugs. Methods: In this experimental study 48 adult albino mice were divided randomly in to four groups A, B, C and D each group comprising of 12 mice. Group A was the control group. Group B was given Vitamin E 400mg/kg. Group C was given Indomethacin 25mg/kg and Group D was given a combination of Indomethacin and… Expand

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