Journal of Pathogens / 2018 / Article / Tab 1

Research Article

Antimalarial Activity of Kaempferol and Its Combination with Chloroquine in Plasmodium berghei Infection in Mice

Table 1

Chronic oral toxicity of kaempferol in mice.

ParameterControl (10 ml/kg of DW)2,000 mg/kg of KMF

Liver function test
AST (U/L)39.07 ± 0.4235.23 ± 0.72
ALT (U/L)13.75 ± 0.3213.25 ± 0.22

Renal function test
BUN (mg/dl)45.55 ± 7.1240.42 ± 2.34
Creatinine (mg/dl)1.74 ± 0.311.57 ± 0.82

Complete blood cells
Erythrocyte count (cells/mm3)6.13x106 ± 5.43 x 1056.23x106 ± 5.23x105
Leucocyte count (cell/mm3)1,618 ± 43.211,621 ± 25.67
Neutrophils (%)35.45 ± 0.6137.74 ± 0.85
Eosinophils (%)2.14 ± 0.583.25 ± 0.45
Basophils (%)4.10 ± 0.364.01 ± 0.55
Monocytes (%)6.99 ± 0.356.56 ± 0.24
Lymphocytes (%)56.00 ± 1.4756.67 ± 2.47

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