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Synthetic Insecticide Fipronil Induced Over Gene Expression, DNA and Liver Damage in Female Rats: The Protective Role of Fish Oil
Egyptian Journal of Chemistry
Synthetic insecticide fipronil (FPN) is widely spread worldwide for controlling insects in agriculture and public health sectors. Thus, this work aimed to study the molecular mechanisms of FPN induced hepatotoxicity and the protective role of fish oil in female rats. Female rats were allocated in four groups of rats exposed to FPN and/or fish oil and control. Oxidative stress markers i.e., lipid peroxidation (LPO), antioxidant enzymes, and liver function enzymes, butyryl cholinesterase (BuChE),doi:10.21608/ejchem.2021.58506.3264 fatcat:eztqeopjfbckldpl56b62dnyjy