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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Table 1 Effect of aqueous extract of Dennettia tripetala on liver marker enzymes in serum of rats exposed to carbon tetrachloride

From: Aqueous extract of Dennettia tripetala ameliorates liver and kidney damage caused by multiple exposures to carbon tetrachloride

Groups AST (U/L) ALT (U/L) ALP (U/L)
Control 242.50 ± 31.98a 52.50 ± 4.79a 39.15 ± 5.88a
AQDT 250 + CCl4 743.30 ± 73.33b 236.70 ± 40.96ab 54.26 ± 2.88a
AQDT 500 + CCl4 643.30 ± 123.3ab 472.00 ± 25.96b 49.03 ± 2.01a
AQDT 1000 + CCl4 516.70 ± 89.50ab 454.00 ± 82.86b 44.34 ± 4.60a
CCl4 807.50 ± 200.10b 486.70 ± 6.67b 45.70 ± 1.59a
  1. Values are presented as mean ± SEM. Values with different superscripts are significantly different from one another at P < 0.05. Values with the same superscript are not significantly different from one another. n = 5 rats per group. AQDT means aqueous extract of Dennettia tripetala