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Research Article

Antileukemic Effect of Palladium Nanoparticles Mediated by White Tea (Camellia sinensis) Extract In Vitro and in WEHI-3B-Induced Leukemia In Vivo

Table 1

Serum liver and renal function parameters of healthy (negative) control mice or with induced leukemia after 28 days of treatment as stated.

Animal groupALP (U/L)ALT (U/L)AST (U/L)Urea (mmol/L)Creatinine (μmol/L)

Negative control110.3 ± 2.160.9 ± 1.2142.1.2 ± 1.37.85 ± 0.631.65 ± 0.8
Induced leukemia control200.1 ± 1.1155.55 ± 1.5205.0.6 ± 0.912.55 ± 0.550.7 ± 2.3
Blank-NPs195.01 ± 1.4149.2 ± 1.1197.5 ± 1.611.95 ± 0.5551.6 ± 1.3
50 mg/kg Pd@W.tea-NPs151.0 ± 0.6Ψ100.3 ± 1.7Ψ175.1.8 ± 0.8Ψ9.05 ± 0.65Ψ39.4 ± 0.4Ψ
100 mg/kg Pd@W.tea-NPs128.4 ± 0.11Ψ75.95 ± 1.45Ψ155.1 ± 2.2Ψ8.6.45 ± 0.25Ψ35.23 ± 0.7Ψ
5 mg/kg ATRA112.3 ± 1.5Ψ62.0 ± 1.0Ψ146.2 ± 0.35Ψ8.1 ± 0.5Ψ32 ± 0.9Ψ

compared with negative control, compared with induced leukemia control by one-way ANOVA followed by Tukey’s B-test. ALP: alkaline phosphatase; ALT: alanine aminotransferase; AST: aspartate aminotransferase. Values are mean ± SD (n = 6).

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