Toxic effects of Litsea elliptica Blume essential oil on red blood cells of Sprague-Dawley rats

@article{Taib2009ToxicEO,
  title={Toxic effects of Litsea elliptica Blume essential oil on red blood cells of Sprague-Dawley rats},
  author={Izatus Shima Taib and S. B. Budin and Seri Maseran Siti Nor Ain and J. Mohamed and S. R. Louis and Srijit Das and S. Sallehudin and N. Rajab and O. Hidayatulfathi},
  journal={Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE B},
  year={2009},
  volume={10},
  pages={813-819}
}
Litsea elliptica Blume leaves have been traditionally used as medicinal herbs because of its antimutagenicity, chemopreventative and insecticidal properties. In this study, the toxic effects of L. elliptica essential oil against Sprague-Dawley rat’s red blood cells (RBCs) were evaluated. L. elliptica essential oil was given by oral gavage 5 times per week for 3 treated groups in the doses of 125, 250, and 500 mg/(kg body weight), respectively, and the control group received distilled water… Expand
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