Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2013 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Hepatoprotective Potential of Chestnut Bee Pollen on Carbon Tetrachloride-Induced Hepatic Damages in Rats

Figure 1

Histopathological analysis of treated and untreated liver sections. (a) Normal hepatocytes (↑) and sinusoids (▲) in the control group, untreated CCI4 (H&E ×100). (b) Destroyed group with CCI4 (G4), increased fatty degeneration (↑). (c) Pollen-treated group (G6) with 200 mg/kg, decreased fatty degeneration and regeneration in hepatocytes (↑). (d) Pollen-treated group (G7) with 400 mg/kg pollen, fatty degeneration markedly decreased (↑).

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