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Prevention of CCl4-Induced Liver Damage by Ginger, Garlic and Vitamin E

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Patrick-Iwuanyanwu, K.C., C.C. Onyemaenu, M.O. Wegwu and E.O. Ayalogu, 2011. Hepatotoxic and nephrotoxic effects of kerosene and petrol-contaminated diets in wistar albino rats. Res. J. Environ. Toxicol., 5: 49-57.
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Patrick-Iwuanyanwu, K.C., M.O. Wegwu and J.K. Okiyi, 2010. Hepatoprotective effects of African locust bean (Parkia clappertoniana) and negro pepper (Xylopia aethiopica) in CCl4-induced liver damage in wistar albino rats. Int. J. Pharmacol., 6: 744-749.
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