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Fig. 6

From: The ameliorative impacts of curcumin on copper oxychloride-induced hepatotoxicity in rats

Fig. 6

a An electron micrograph of 500 mg/kg body weight COC-treated rat liver for 90 days showing necrotic liver cell with the nuclear chromatin beginning of losing and losing mitochondria and elongating of some mitochondria (M), mild dissolution of the cytoplasm, and appearing of lipid droplets (L). b An electron micrograph of 500 mg/kg body weight COC- and curcumin 80 mg/kg-treated rat liver for 90 days showing normal hepatocyte with increasing number of mitochondria (M) and rough endoplamic reticulum (ER). c An electron micrograph of 2000 mg/kg body weightCOC-treated rat liver for 90 days showing a dissolution of the cytoplasm with degeneration to most organs of cytoplasm and mitochondria (M), an abnormal nucleus with loss of chromatin. d An electron micrograph of 2000 mg/kg body weight COC- and curcumin 80 mg/kg-treated rat liver for 90 days showing normal hepatocyte with increasing number of mitochondria (M) and rough endoplamic reticulum (ER)

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