BioMed Research International / 2019 / Article / Fig 4

Research Article

Therapeutic Effect of Dunaliella salina Microalgae on Thioacetamide- (TAA-) Induced Hepatic Liver Fibrosis in Rats: Role of TGF-β and MMP9

Figure 4

(a) Liver of control rat showing no histochemical reaction for collagen fibers deposition in the portal triad (F0). (b) Liver of rat from the TAA group showing strong positive histochemical reaction for collagen fibers deposition in the portal triad (F3). (c) Liver of rat from the TAA group showing strong positive histochemical reaction for collagen fibers deposition in the portal (F3). (d) Liver of rat treated with silymarin showing weak positive histochemical reaction for collagen fibers deposition (F1). (e) Liver of rat treated with D. salina (100 mg/kg) showing weak positive histochemical reaction for collagen fibers deposition (F1). (f) Liver of rat D. salina (200 mg/kg) showing no histochemical reaction for collagen fibers deposition (F0) (Masson’s trichrome stain, ×400).
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