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The Use of Enzymatic Hydrolyzate of Chlorophytum Comosum with Experimental Toxic Liver Damage in Rats

Investigation of the influence of the enzymatic hydrolyzate of Chlorophytum comosumthe first on the liver of rats at its toxic damage showed that the substrate has expressed a pronounced hepatoprotective effect. Under its influence in the rat liver morphological changes induced by CCl4 are much less pronounced than in the controls. There are also less significant deviations from normal levels of ALT, AST and bilirubin. Information analysis of the state of the organ indicates that the level of adaptation and regeneration opportunities of the liver of rats treated with an enzymatic hydrolyzate of Chlorophytum comosum is significantly higher than that of the liver of rats with experimental toxic liver damage without the use of tested substrate.

Liver, Hydrolizate, Hepatocyte, Chlorophytum Comosum

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Areshidze David, Timchenko Luydmila, Кozlova Maria. (2013). The Use of Enzymatic Hydrolyzate of Chlorophytum Comosum with Experimental Toxic Liver Damage in Rats. American Journal of Biomedical and Life Sciences, 1(1), 32-36. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ajbls.20130101.16

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Areshidze David; Timchenko Luydmila; Кozlova Maria. The Use of Enzymatic Hydrolyzate of Chlorophytum Comosum with Experimental Toxic Liver Damage in Rats. Am. J. Biomed. Life Sci. 2013, 1(1), 32-36. doi: 10.11648/j.ajbls.20130101.16

AMA Style

Areshidze David, Timchenko Luydmila, Кozlova Maria. The Use of Enzymatic Hydrolyzate of Chlorophytum Comosum with Experimental Toxic Liver Damage in Rats. Am J Biomed Life Sci. 2013;1(1):32-36. doi: 10.11648/j.ajbls.20130101.16

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