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From: Acacia hydaspica R. Parker ameliorates cisplatin induced oxidative stress, DNA damage and morphological alterations in rat pulmonary tissue

Fig. 2

Histopathological effect of cisplatin and protective effect of AHE in rat Lungs. (H&E staining; magnification 40X). Group 1: Lung tissue section from control rats showing normal morphology. Group 2: tissue sections from CP-treated rats show degenerative changes, atrophy and cellular infiltrations. Group 3: Represents lung section from AHE alone treated rats. Group 4: AHE Post-treatment showed mild disorganizations, cellular infiltrations and fibroblast aggregations. Group 5: AHE Pre-treatment showed significant protection against CP-induced lung injury. Group 6: Showed protective effect of Silymarin treatment. AHE- A. hydaspica ethyl acetate fraction, CP-Cisplatin, Br-Bronchioles, As-Alveolar septum, CC-Clara cells, T- Tubules, CI- Cellular infiltrations, DBr-Disorganized bronchioles, FA- fibroblast aggregations, CIEL-collapsed inner epithelial cells

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