Journal of Toxicology / 2014 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Chlorogenic and Caftaric Acids in Liver Toxicity and Oxidative Stress Induced by Methamphetamine

Figure 2

A photomicrograph of section of liver showing the following. (a) Control: the glycogen particles appear accumulated (arrowhead) in the cytoplasm. (b) Rats injected with METH showing the polysaccharides inclusions that displayed diffuse stain ability (arrowhead). A few number of the hepatocytes display dense stain ability compared to the others. (c) Rats injected with METH in combination with chlorogenic acid showing the polysaccharides inclusions (arrowhead) that appear more or less as control (PAS ×300). (d) Rats injected with METH in combination with caftaric acid showing the polysaccharides inclusions (arrowhead) that appear more or less as control (PAS ×300).
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