Protective roles of melatonin on Hematological Parameters and Thyroid Hormone Levels in rats treated with Aluminum Chloride
Background: Aluminum exists in numerous produced foods, medicines and likewise added to drinking water for refining purpose. Its existence has so heavily contaminated with the surroundings that exposed to it is almost inescapable.
Goal: This survey was aimed at evaluating effect of Melatonin for inhibiting effect of Aluminum Chloride.
Methods: Randomly selected rats were grouped separately into three groups for 40 days: (
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