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Table 1 Effect of cisplatin and/or AHE treatment on body weight and lung weight of rats

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

GroupBody weight (g)Lung weight
InitialFinal 
Control218.3 ± 0.882259.7 ± 0.667b0.709 ± 0.01b
CP220.0 ± 0.577226.3 ± 0.66a0.971 ± 0.03a
AHE alone218.0 ± 0.577258.3 ± 0.667b0.701 ± 0.012b
CP + AHE220.3 ± 0.881244.0 ± 0.577a,b0.839 ± 0.021a**,b**,c*
AHE + CP219.0 ± 0.576254.7 ± 0.881a,b,c0.735 ± 0.015b
CP + Sily218.7 ± 0.667253.7 ± 0.667a,b0.737 ± 0.022b
  1. Data expressed as mean ± SEM (n = 6). a: significant difference of final body weight of group Vs. Control group at p < 0.001, b: significant difference of final body weight of group Vs. Cp-treated group at p < 0.001, c: significant difference of final body weight of AHE + CP pre-treated group Vs. CP + AHE post-treated group at p < 0.001. Sily; Silymarin. * or ** indicates significant difference at p < 0.05 and p < 0.001 respectively