Journal of Toxicology / 2013 / Article / Tab 3

Research Article

Effect of Aqueous Stem Bark Extract of Khaya senegalensis on Some Biochemical, Haematological, and Histopathological Parameters of Rats

Table 3

Effect of subchronic oral administration of aqueous stem bark extract of K. senegalensis on liver function parameters of Albino rats.

Test0 mg/kg bw400 mg/kg bw800 mg/kg bw1200 mg/kg bw1600 mg/kg bw2000 mg/kg bw

T. protein (g/dL)
Albumin (g/dL)
Globulin (g/dL)
A : G ratio
AST(U/I)
ALT (U/I)
ALP (U/I)
T. BlL (mg/dL)
C. BIL (mg/dL)
U. BIL (mg/dL)

Values are expressed as mean ± SD; . The level of significance was set at b when compared with control at 0 mg/kg body weight, Dunnett’s multiple comparison test.

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