A master’s thesis at the University of Kufa examines the histological changes in some organs in the albino rat treated with levofloxacin and the protective effect of nanoparticles of the aqueous extract of the cream plant.
A master’s thesis at the Faculty of Education for Girls at the University of Kufa examined “Histological changes in some organs in the albino rat treated with levofloxacin and the protective effect of nanoparticles of the aqueous extract of the cream plant”
The thesis submitted by the student, Saja Hassan Abdel-Kazim, from the Department of Life Sciences, aimed to demonstrate the possibility of inhibiting breast cancer cells outside the living body, the extent of their toxicity to cells and their ability to remove free radicals, analysis of blood cells and their effect on DNA with the study of changes Anatomical and histological in vivo, in addition to diagnosing the side effects of levofloxacin on body weight and the weights of some organs (brain, lung, liver, spleen, kidneys, testes).
The researcher said that her study proved that the alcoholic extract of the seeds of the cream plant has the ability to synthesize nanoparticles, and that levofloxacin has a negative effect on (brain, lung, liver, kidney, spleen, testes) in male white rats anatomically and histologically under the influence of daily injections. The time period and treatment with the nano extract of the seeds of the cream plant proved the concentration (120-200 mg/kg) to the absence of a significant difference in the weight of the members from the control groups.
The study recommended to stay away from taking medical drugs without a prescription and evaluate the side effects related to the use of levofloxacin in female rats.
Eggs and comparing them with the results of the current study to determine which of the sexes are more influential in them with isolating the effective contents of the nano-extract of the seeds of the cream plant using isolation techniques to assess their physiological and molecular effects and to find the most effective compounds in this plant.