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Histological study on the effect of sodium azide on the corpus striatum of albino rats and the possible protective role of L-carnitine
Egyptian Journal of Histology
Sodium azide is a white crystalline powder used as a broad-spectrum biocide in agriculture and as a preservative in aqueous laboratory reagents. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of sodium azide on the corpus striatum and the possible protection by l-carnitine. Methods Twenty-four adult male albino rats, weighing 150-200 g, were used in this study. The animals were divided equally into four groups. Group I was the control group. Group II received sodium azide at a dose of 20doi:10.1097/01.ehx.0000424089.76006.d7 fatcat:hvoejvnobzdj7l4dcredq6bpka