Change in Liver Histoarchitecture by Sulphur Dioxide Induced Toxicity and Its Vitalization by Emblica officinalis in Albino Rat

Authors

  • Madhuri Yadav Department of Zoology, School of Life Sciences, Khandari Campus, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar University, Agra. http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5059-4252

Keywords:

Pollutants, Liver, Emblica officinalis, Histopathology, Albino Rat

Abstract

Atmosphere is a dynamic entity, which absorbs different pollutants from nature and anthropogenic sources, hence act as sink for those pollutants. Different types of gaseous pollutants are absorbed by the atmosphere, SO2 is one of them. SO2 enters in the body through the inhalation and then makes its entry into the blood and affects different body systems. Liver is an important vital which control most of the body activities, any change in liver or liver cell architecture leads to its abnormal functioning, results in deleterious effects. Emblica officinalis is a nutrient rich supplement which contains tannins, alkaloids, phenolic compounds, amino acids, carbohydrates and a rich source of vitamin C. Emblica officinalis has a potential to cure the histopathological alterations induced by SO2 in albino rats.

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16-07-2018

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Yadav, M. (2018). Change in Liver Histoarchitecture by Sulphur Dioxide Induced Toxicity and Its Vitalization by Emblica officinalis in Albino Rat. Journal of Advanced Laboratory Research in Biology, 9(3), 71–76. Retrieved from https://e-journal.sospublication.co.in/index.php/jalrb/article/view/50

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