Effect of High Dose (200mg/Kg) of ZnTe (Zinc Telluride) on Serology of Male Albino Mice (Mus Musculus)
For this experiment, oral suspension of ZnTe was given to male albino mice for fifteen days. Two groups were devised as Treated and Control. Each group consisting of three treatment organisms. It is observed that the level of cholesterol, Triglycerides, and protein increased significantly (p = 0.21, 0.37, and 0.18 respectively) in treated animals as compared to control group. Moreover, the level of Albumin increased non-significantly (p = 0.75) in treated animals as compared to control group. Results of the study also showed significantly increase in level of Globulin and SGPT (ALT) (p = 0.14, and 0.026) in treated animals in contrast to control group, while significantly decrease in creatinine (p = 0.026) in treated animals as compared to control group.
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