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ISSN Print: 2394-0530, ISSN Online: 2320-3862, NAAS Rating: 3.53

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Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies

2014, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part A
Studies the Role of Aloe Vera Extract in Prevention of Cadmium Induced Pathogenicity in Thymus of Albino Rat.

Shikha Sharma, M.K.Agarwal

The present study is focused on the Aloe Vera extract in prevention of Cadmium induced Pathogenicity in the thymus. The healthy rats of both sexes were divided into 4 groups. Chronic exposures to Cadmium Chloride produce marked histological alteration in thymus both at cellular and subcellular level.Chronic exposure of Cadmium Chloride induced atrophy of thymus with decreased corticomedullary ratio. The lymphocyte population showed reduction and mesenchymal reticular cell were present dominantly. In most, the nuclear material was disintegrate and scattered all over the nuclear area and most of the Cytoplasmic Organelles were damaged. The thymus of rats given with the Aloe Vera extract only showed better histological details in comparison of control group. Aloe extract given along cadmium chloride significantly subsided the severity of pathogenicity and cell organelles showed regenerative changes.
Exposure to 500 ug/kg b.w. of cadmium chloride for 90 days produced severe degenerative changes as revealed by fragmentation and budding off the cellular debris of a thymus cell. X-17200
Fig.: Exposure to 500 ug/kg b.w. of cadmium chloride for 90 days produced severe degenerative changes as revealed by fragmentation and budding off the cellular debris of a thymus cell. X-17200
Pages : 73-77 | 1079 Views | 35 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Shikha Sharma, M.K.Agarwal. Studies the Role of Aloe Vera Extract in Prevention of Cadmium Induced Pathogenicity in Thymus of Albino Rat.. J Med Plants Stud 2014;2(1):73-77.
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