Biochemical Evaluation of Salicin against Gamma-Irradiation in Rats - Evaluation of Salicin Isolated from Salix subserrata against Irradiation Induced Biochemical Alterations in Rats
by Sharada, Hayat Mohamed
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The book is concerned with studying the ameliorative effect salicin which was isolated from Egyptian willow leaves (Salix suberrata) against the irradiation effect on both male and female rats. It aimed to undergo comparison between responses of both male and female rats to the gamma rays at different hematological, biochemical and ultrastructural levels. This was in addition to the study at the histological levels which was carried out in the male and female reproductive organs. The study was supported by further measurements such as the oxidative stress markers and the hormonal assays which show the deleterious effect of irradiation on the reproduction process. The main objective of the study was to optimize salicin as a radioprotector against effect of gamma irradiation on the male and female reproductive organ in the hope that this molecule may be further explored as novel antioxidative radioprotector.
Sharada, Hayat Mohamed
Abdel-kader, Monira Abdel-latif
Aboulthana, Wael Mahmoud Kamel
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Prof. Dr. Hayat Mohamed Sharada, Professor of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, Helwan University.Prof. Dr. Monira Abdel-latif Abdel-kader, Professor of Clinical Biochemistry, Biochemistry Department, National Research Centre.Dr. Wael Mahmoud Kamel Aboulthana, Researcher Assistant of Biochemistry, Biochemistry Department, National Research Centre
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10 November 2015
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