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Aqueous and alcoholic extracts of root and flower of M. oleifera were screened for antihepatotoxic activity in paracetamol treated albino rats. Liver function was assessed based on liver to body weight ratio, serum levels of transaminase (SGPT, SGOT), alkaline phosphatase (SALP) and bilirubin. All extracts were found to have antihepatotoxic activity.
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Author(s): K Ruckmani S Kavimani R Anandan B Jaykar