Research Article

Salvia spinosa L. Protects against Diabetes-Induced Nephropathy by Attenuation of Mitochondrial Oxidative Damage in Mice

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Hematoxylin- and eosin-stained sections of the kidney tissue (×400). (a) Kidney from normal mice showing normal glomeruli (black arrow), (b) kidney from diabetic mice showing the structural disorganization in glomeruli (white arrow), and (c) kidney from S. spinosa (200 mg/kg)-treated diabetic mice showing almost normal morphology.