The Protective Effects of Gingko biloba on Adrenal Gland Function in MetAmphetamine Receiving Rats

@inproceedings{SeyfiNahavandiThePE,
  title={The Protective Effects of Gingko biloba on Adrenal Gland Function in MetAmphetamine Receiving Rats},
  author={Seyfi-Nahavandi}
}
—Studies show that gingko extract has improving effects on several body system including endocrine glands. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of gingko leaf extract on serum levels of ACTH and cortisol in met-amphetamine receiving male rats. In this laboratory experimental study, male Wistar rats were randomly divided to control group, and normal saline1, met-amphetamine (4mg/kg) and " met-amphetamine (4mg/kg) + gingko leaf extract (50 mg/kg) " receiving rats. The injections… 

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