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Research Article

Long-Term Oral Administration of Capsicum baccatum Extracts Does Not Alter Behavioral, Hematological, and Metabolic Parameters in CF1 Mice

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Elevated plus-maze task performed after the administration of C. baccatum extracts (200 mg/kg). Mean speed (a), total travelled distance (b), time spent in the open arms (c), time spent in the closed arms (d), number of entries into the closed arms (e), and the number of entries into the open arms (f). Representative occupancy plots obtained by video-tracking software (ANY-mazeH, Stoelting, CO, USA) (g). The results are presented as mean ± SEM ( ) after analysis by one-way ANOVA. No significant differences were observed among the groups.
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