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Catalá, A., Cerruti, A. (1997) Non enzymatic peroxidation of lipids isolated from rat liver microsomes, mitochondria and nuclei. Int. J. Biochem. Cell. Biol. 29 , 541

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Authors: V Buko, I Kuzmitskaya, S Kirko, E Belonovskaya, E Naruta, O Lukivskaya, A Shlyahtun, T Ilyich, A Zakreska and I Zavodnik

Introduction Excessive chronic consumption of ethanol provokes alcoholic liver disease, which represents one of the main causes of mortality in most parts of the world. Long-term alcohol consumption causes alcoholic steatosis

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. J. Basic Appl. Zool. 66 , 263 – 270 . 2. Ahmad , S. , Beg , Z. H. ( 2013 ) Alleviation of plasma, erythrocyte and liver lipidemic-oxidative stress by thymoquinone and

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Authors: M Savran, E Cicek, DK Doguc, H Asci, S Yesilot, IA Candan, B Dagdeviren, FN Cankara, M Oncu, AC Uğuz and MK Ozer

conservative usage in the treatment of ectopic pregnancy(Oktem et al., 2006). The clinical use of MTX is limited due to dose-dependent hepatotoxicity and nephrotoxicity ( 11 , 27 ). The exact mechanisms of MTX-induced liver toxicity are not clear, but there

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Authors: Csaba Jakab, Miklós Rusvai, Péter Gálfi, Ágnes Szabára, Zoltán Szabó and Janina Kulka

., van den Ingh, T. S. G. A. M., van Winkle, T. J. and Washabau, R. J. (2006): WSAVA Standards for Clinical and Histological Diagnosis of Canine and Feline Liver Disease. Saunders Elsevier, St. Louis, Missouri, USA. pp. 45

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, Martin H, Rotzsch W: Age dependent changes in signal transduction of glucocorticoid hormones after physiological stress in liver cells of male Wistar rats. Z. Gerontol. 27, 194-199 (1994) Age dependent changes in signal

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Authors: EH Gilglioni, CM Ghuidotti, VR Vilela, C Bataglini, JP Furlan, JA Berti, MMD Pedrosa and VAF Godoi

, adrenaline, adenosine, and others ( 13 ). The liver is a multifunctional organ with an active role on this process, operating as a glycemic buffer by promoting synthesis/degradation of the glycogen store as well as synthesizing new glucose molecules

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Mnari, A., Bouhlel, I., Chraief, I., Hammami, M., Romdhane, M.S., EL Cafsi, M. & Chaouch, A. (2007): Fatty acids in muscle and liver of Tunisian wild and farmed gilthead sea bream, Sparus aurata . Fd Chem. , 100 , 1393

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Al-Obaidi MM , Shahid N , Bin Noordin MI , Looi CY , Wongd WF , Khaing SL , Mustafa MR : Synergistic effect of quercetin and quinic acid by alleviating structural degeneration in the liver, kidney and pancreas tissues of STZ

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Authors: A. Almási, Sz. Bojcsev, T. Fischer, H. Simon, P. Perjési and Emil Fischer

appraisal Analyst 1981 106 763 767 Barnes S, Buchina ES, King RJ, McBurnett T, Taylor KB: Bile acid sulfotransferase I from rat liver sulfates bile acids and 3-hydroxy steroids: purification, N

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