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    Kusal K. Das
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Effect of Garlic (Allium sativum) on Heavy Metal (Nickel II and ChromiumVI) Induced Alteration of S. .

Effect of Garlic (Allium sativum) on Heavy Metal (Nickel II and ChromiumVI) Induced Alteration of S.We have studied the effect of simultaneous oral treatment of aqueous garlic extract (Allium sativum) on heavy metal (nickel II and chromium VI) induced changes in serum lipid profile

PDF Hexavalent chromium or chromium (VI) is a powerful epithelial . This heavy metal is toxic to many plants, aquatic animals, and bacteria

PDF Hexavalent chromium or chromium (VI) is a powerful epithelial irritant and a confirmed human carcinogen. This heavy metal is toxic to many plants, aquatic animals, and bacteria. The prooxidative effects of chromium (VI) inhibit antioxidant enzymes and deplete intracellular glutathione in living systems and act as hematotoxic, immunotoxic, hepatotoxic, pulmonary toxic, and nephrotoxic agents.

Hexavalent chromium or chromium (VI) is a powerful epithelial irritant and a.Garlic on nickel and chromium VI toxicities in diabetic rats.

Hexavalent chromium or chromium (VI) is a powerful epithelial irritant and a confirmed human carcinogen. cle{Das2011HexavalentCA, title {Hexavalent chromium and its effect on health: possible protective role of garlic (Allium sativum Linn). author {Kusal Kanti Das and Salim A. Dhundasi and Swastika N. Das}, journal {Journal of basic and clinical physiology and pharmacology}, year {2011}, volume {22 1-2}, pages {.

Sustained oxidative stress from heavy metals may alter the body's . Kusal K. Das. ISBN: 978-3-6392-5925-4

Sustained oxidative stress from heavy metals may alter the body's antioxidant reserves to an extreme point resulting in damaging of cellular defense system. ISBN: 978-3-6392-5925-4; Sustained oxidative stress from heavy metals may alter the body's antioxidant reserves to an extreme point resulting in damaging of cellular defense system.

Heavy metals are stable environmental contaminants, causing various alterations in target tissues. Garlic has some beneficial effect in preventing heavy metal induced various alteration. The objective was to investigate the possible protective role of fresh aqueous homogenate of garlic on hematology, erythrocyte antioxidant defense system in male albino rats treated with NiSO4 and K2Cr2O7. Rats were divided into six groups. Group I was untreated control. Group II was given aqueous homogenate of garlic (orally). Group III was administered with nickel sulfate (. ).

Garlic (Allium sativum) has played an important dietary and medicinal role throughout the history of mankind. Garlic has the potential to enhance the endogenous antioxidant status in nickel as well as hexavalent chromium induced lipid peroxidation in normal and diabetic rats.

Key words: Nickel(II), Chromium (VI), Garlic (allium sativum Linn) . Effect of L-ascorbic acid on nickel-induced alterations in serum lipid profiles and liver histopathology of rats.

Key words: Nickel(II), Chromium (VI), Garlic (allium sativum Linn), Antioxidant defenses. Introduction: Heavy metals are stable and persistent environmental contaminants beside their beneficial action. A person spends, on an average, one third of his life at his work place. freshly crushed garlic cloves, found to protect heavy metal induced hepatic lipid peroxidation and decreased antioxidant enzymes activities Effect of L-ascorbic acid on nickel-induced alterations in serum lipid profiles and liver histopathology of rats. J Basic Clin Physiol Pharmacol 2006; 17(1): 29 – 44 Langard S. 1982. Absorption, transport and excretion of chromium in human and animals.

The results indicate that garlic (Allium sativum) has some beneficial effect in preventing heavy metal (nickel and .

The results indicate that garlic (Allium sativum) has some beneficial effect in preventing heavy metal (nickel and chromium VI) induced alteration of lipid profile. We have studied the effect of simultaneous oral treatment of aqueous garlic extract (Allium sativum) on heavy metal (nickel II and chromium VI) induced changes in serum lipid profile. Nickel sulfate and potassium dichromate treated rats showed a significant increase in serum low density rol (LDL-C), very low density rol (VLDL-C) and triglyceride (TG) level as well as decrease in serum high density rol (HDL-C) level.

Effect of Garlic (Allium sativum) on Heavy Metal (Nickel II.Effect of 1-ascorbic acid on antioxidant defense system in testes of albino rats exposed to nickel sulfate.

Effect of Garlic (Allium sativum) on Heavy Metal (Nickel II and ChromiumVI) Induced Alteration of Serum Lipid Profile in Male Albino Rats. Hexavalent chromium and its effect on health: possible protective role of garlic (Allium sativum Linn).

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Sustained oxidative stress from heavy metals may alter the body's antioxidant reserves to an extreme point resulting in damaging of cellular defense system. The observation by the author and his team suggest that garlic (allium sativum L) has the potential to enhance the endogenous antioxidant status in nickel as well as hexavalent chromium induced lipid peroxidation in normal as well as diabetic rats. This is possibly due to the presence of essential antioxidant phytochemicals which protect the physiological system from the toxic assault of metal induced free radicals. The research findings clearly enhanced interest in the use of phytochemical based drugs from the medicinal plants as chelators to combat heavy metal toxicities.