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Protective Effect of Vitamin E and Selenium on the Liver, Heart and Aorta
Journal of Veterinary Anatomy
This study was carried on four groups of Wistar male rats (20 of each), to evaluate the protective effect of vitamin E and selenium on the structure and biochemical alterations of the liver, heart and aorta. Group I is control, Group II fed high fat and vitamin E and selenium deficient diet as control positive group. Group III (protective) given 100 mg and 0.1 mg/kg b.w/day for 6months, vitamin E and selenium respectively with high fat diet. Group IV were injected intra peritoneal Vitamin E anddoi:10.21608/jva.2012.44881 fatcat:bm4yvoh66jfotf2sduqfmuif5a