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Geraniol has a hepatoprotective upshot on liver fibrosis caused by carbon tetrachloride.

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Pak J Biol Sci. 2020 Jan ;23(12):1650-1658. PMID: 33274899

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Hepatoprotective Impact of Geraniol Against CCl4-Induced Liver Fibrosis in Rats.

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BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE: Numerous experimental studies have shown various pharmacological activities including geraniol’s cancer prevention agent and antioxidant capacity. The goal of this investigation is to mark the prospective defensive role of geraniol in rat’s carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) instigated in liver fibrosis.MATERIALS AND METHODS: Liver fibrosis was prompted by subcutaneous injections of CCl4, twice week by week and for about a month. Simultaneously, geraniol (200 mg kg-1) was orally regulated every day. Post-Hoc-Test were carried out where p

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