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SALUBRIOUS EFFECT OF ROTTLERIN ON HYPEROXALURIA INDUCED OXIDATIVE DAMAGE IN RATS

@article{Chhiber2016SALUBRIOUSEO,
  title={SALUBRIOUS EFFECT OF ROTTLERIN ON HYPEROXALURIA INDUCED OXIDATIVE DAMAGE IN RATS},
  author={Nirlep Chhiber and T. Kaur and S. Singla},
  journal={International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={8},
  pages={13-18}
}
Objective : To investigate the in vitro oxidant scavenging properties of rottlerin and to study the potential role of rottlerin on ethylene glycol induced nephrocalcinosis in rats. Methods : In vitro oxidant scavenging properties of rottlerin were studied along with its effect on in vitro calcium phosphate mineralization. For the in vivo studies, hyperoxaluria was induced by administering 0.4 % ethylene glycol and 1 % ammonium chloride in drinking water to male wistar rats for 9 d. Rottlerin… Expand
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