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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Table 1 Experimental Design

From: Irvingia gabonensis leaf extract scavenges nitric oxide and hydrogen peroxide in vitro and modulates arsenic-induced hepatic oxidative stress in wistar rats

Groups Treatment
1. Normal control Normal feed and water ad libitum
2. SA only 4.1 mg/kgbw SA for 14 days
3. PT 4.1 mg/kgbw SA for 14 days, followed by 100 mg/kgbw ELEIG for another 14 days
4. PT 4.1 mg/kgbw SA for 14 days, followed by 200 mg/kgbw ELEIG for another 14 days
5. PT 4.1 mg/kgbw SA for 14 days, followed by 400 mg/kgbw ELEIG for another 14 days
6. ST 4.1 mg/kgbw SA + 100 mg/kgbw ELEIG simultaneously for 14 days
7. ST 4.1 mg/kgbw SA + 200 mg/kgbw ELEIG simultaneously for 14 days
8. ST 4.1 mg/kgbw SA + 400 mg/kgbw ELEIG simultaneously for 14 days
9. ELEIG only 100 mg/kgbw ELEIG only for 14 days
10. ELEIG only 200 mg/kgbw ELEIG only for 14 days
11. ELEIG only 400 mg/kgbw ELEIG only for 14 days
  1. SA Sodium arsenite, ELEIG Ethanol leaf extract of Irvingia gabonensis, mg/kgbw Milligram per kilogram body weight, PT Post-treatment, ST Simultaneous treatment