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Algal Diets Reverse Diethyl Nitrosamine (DEN) Induced Hepatocarcinoma in Rats

Author(s): M. Harish Kumar | K.S. Radha | S.C. Gajaria

Journal: International Journal of Cancer Research
ISSN 1811-9727

Volume: 1;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 41;
Date: 2005;
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Chlorella vulgaris and Enteromorpha sp.) incorporated diets in the prevention of diethyl nitrosamine (DEN: C4H10-N2O) induced hepatocarcinoma in rats. Toxicity was induced by i.p. administration of DEN in multiple doses @ 150 mg kg-1 BW. Rats were divided into 8 experimental Groups and fed either with control diet (synthetic diet without algae) or algae incorporated synthetic diets for a period of 8 weeks. DEN treated rats fed with synthetic diet showed a significant (p
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