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Studying the Effect of Aqueous Extract from Curcuma Longa on Some Parameters of Cytogenetic , Immunity and Fertility in Female Mice

@inproceedings{AlTaee2011StudyingTE,
  title={Studying the Effect of Aqueous Extract from Curcuma Longa on Some Parameters of Cytogenetic , Immunity and Fertility in Female Mice},
  author={Maha F. Al-Taee and Al-Ahmed and Hadeel W. Abdul Malek},
  year={2011}
}
The research work was conducted to investigate the effect of oral administration of aqueous extract of turmeric at doses of (5, 10) mg/kg body weight for two weeks daily by determining the genotoxic effect (mitotic index), evaluation of immunological effect (IgG, IgM, IgA, C3, C4) and measuring fertility hormones (follicles stimulation hormone/FSH, lutenising hormone/LH) levels with histological examinations of female albino swiss mice ovaries in comparison with control (normal saline). A clear… Expand

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