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Assessment of Antidiabetic Potential of Ficus Sycomorus on Alloxan - induced Diabetic Mice
(International Journal of Diabetes Research, 2012)
Diabetes mellitus is a predominant public health concern, causing substantial morbidity, mortality, and long-term complications. Many of the conventional drugs Used for the management of this disease are not only expensive ...
Evaluation of Antidiabetic Effects kleinia Squarrosa on Alloxanized Diabetic Mice
(Asian Journal of Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2012)
Diabetes mellitus is a disease of antiquity with a worrying global prevalence and incidence. It is conventionally managed by insulin and use of oral hypoglycemic drugs besides exercise, diet and physical intervention ...
Herbal management of diabetes mellitus: A rapidly expanding research avenue.
(International Journal of Current Pharmaceutical Research, 2012)
Conventional drug therapy though effective in the management of diabetes mellitus is expensive and has toxic side effects. Herbal medicine would thus provide alternative therapy if effective and less toxic. This paper ...
The effects of experimental Trypanosoma (Trypanozoon) (brucei) evansi infection on the fertility of male goats.
(Veterinary Research Communications, 1991-02)
The effects on the fertility of small East African male goats of intravenous infection with Trypanosoma (t) (b) evansi were studied. Six infected bucks developed erratic, low but persistent parasitaemia, the packed cell ...
Pathogenesis of Trypanosoma (brucei) evansi in small east African goats.
(Research in Veterinary Science, 1993-05)
Trypanosoma evansi is the cause of surra, a camel disease which is the most important single cause of economic losses in camel rearing areas. Sheep and goats herded with camels are the most likely hosts for T evansi. Upon ...