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A protein from Cajanus indicus Spreng protects liver and kidney against mercuric chloride-induced oxidative stress
(PHARMACEUTICAL SOC JAPAN, 2008-09)
Mercuric chloride (HgCl(2)) is a widespread environmental toxin that affects mainly liver and kidney. The present stud), has been carried out to investigate the protective action of a protein (the CI protein) isolated from ...
Protection of acetaminophen induced mitochondrial dysfunctions and hepatic necrosis via Akt-NF-kappa B pathway: Role of a novel plant protein
(ELSEVIER IRELAND, 2009-01-27)
Oxidative stress is a major cause of drug induced hepatic diseases. The present study aims to investigate the antioxidative signaling mechanism of a protein isolated from the herb, Cajanus indicus against acetaminophen ...
Anti-oxidative effect of a protein from Cajanus indicus L against acetaminophen-induced hepato-nephro toxicity
(SPRINGER SINGAPORE, 2007-11-30)
Overdoses of acetaminophen cause hepato-renal oxidative stress. The present study was undertaken to investigate the protective effect of a 43 kDa protein isolated from the herb Cajanus indicus, against acetaminophen-induced ...
A 43-kDa protein from the leaves of the herb Cajanus indicus L. modulates chloroform induced hepatotoxicity in vitro
(Informa Healthcare., 2006-12-01)
A 43-kDa protein isolated from the leaves of the herb Cajanus indicus L. has been shown to possess a protective role against drug- and toxin- induced hepatotoxicity both in vivo and in vitro . The current study was conducted ...