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Fig. 3

From: Ameliorative effect of bee venom and its extracted bradykinin-potentiating factor on neurological alteration induced by acrylamide and chips administration

Fig. 3

Photographs showing induced weakness of limbs at 45 (c) and 60 days (d) of the acrylamide-administered group compared to the control (a) and acrylamide-administered group for 30 days (b). The chips feeding groups (e–g), bee venom group (h), and BPF- (i) treated group showed normal movement and gait. The combined groups of treatments with bee venom (j) or with BPF showed improvement in movement and gait as compared with the acrylamide-administered group (km). Arrows indicate dislocated limbs in acrylamide administration at 45 and 60 days

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