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From: The gastro protective effects of Cibotium barometz hair on ethanol-induced gastric ulcer in Sprague-Dawley rats

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The effect of C. barometz hair on the macroscopic appearance of the stomach mucosa in alcohol-induced stomach mucosal injuries in male SD rats. G1 (Normal control group) exhibited no injuries to the gastric mucosa, G2 (Ulcer control group) had severe injuries to the stomach mucosa, G3 (Omeprazole) showed mild disruptions of the surface epithelium in the gastric mucosa. G4 (62.5 mg/kg), G5 (125 mg/kg), G6 (250 mg/kg), G7 (500 mg/kg) doses of C. barometz hair extract had moderate to mild disruptions of the surface epithelium in the gastric mucosa in a dose-dependent manner. Black arrow points to the hemorrhagic bands

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