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Int. J. of Farmacia
This study was designed to evaluate the protective effect of Mallotus philippensis on aniline induced spleen toxicity in rats. Wister albino rats of either sex were used and divided into 5 different groups. Spleen toxicity was induced by aniline hydrochloride (100 ppm) in drinking water for a period of 30 days. Control group received 1% carboxy methyl cellulose orally as vehicle. Treatment groups (III, IV &V) received ascorbic acid (40mg/kg b.w p.o), EEMP (200mg/kg b.w p.o) and EEMP (400 mg/kgfatcat:37r5mlgl2vco3i5i4ghw3dr23q