Studies on Uterotrophic Assay in Albino Mice Exposed to Actara 25 Wg
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- Actara, ROS , Histological, Albino Mice
- Deka, Juri; kr. Sarma, Dr. Pradip
- The extensive use of insecticides has been criticized in recent years due to their persistence in environment and their accumulation in the loving tissues of organism. Recently published studies have indicated that pesticides toxicity may be associated with the enhance production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) which could explain the multiple types of toxic responses observed. The production of ROS is caused by a mechanism in which toxicants and pathological conditions may produce oxygen stress and induce damage to the liver, kidney and brain tissue.( yu et al, 2008; El-gendy et. Al.2010) Damage to membrane lipids, protein and DNA is considered the end biomarker of out dative stress inducing effect of peptides (Tuzmen et al.2008). The evolution of insecticide , which started with laboratory and large scale field trails, was completed in 2007. Some researchers have earlier demonstrated the effects of Actara 25 W G on some clinical, hematological and biochemical in mice. Therefore , the aim of the study is to evaluate the effects of Actara 25WG on clinical, histological changes in albino mice.
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