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The Effect of Different Doses of Green Tea Extract on Hematological and Biochemical Parameters in Adult Male Rats


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1 Researcher, College of Veterinary, University of Kirkuk, Iraq
2 Researcher, College of Science, University of Kirkuk, Iraq
3 Researcher, K1 Hospital, North Oil Company, Kirkuk, Iraq
     

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This investigates the effects of various concentrations of continuous drinking of green tea in rats. (24) male rats are randomly categorized into four groups: control, which does not receive green tea, GTE5, GTE10 and GTE20 (receive 5g, 10g and 20g GTE, respectively). In hematological parameters analysis, there are no significant variation (p>0.05) in the RBC, MCHC and platelet among all groups. Furthermore, Control group presented a considerable decrease (p <0.05) in HB, HTC, MCV and MCH as compared with GTE5, GTE10 and GTE20. The biochemical analysis, control and GTE5 groups had high significant decrease (p<0.05) in glucose level as compared with GTE10 and GTE20 groups. Analysis of albumin and globulin, control and GTE5 groups had a significant decrease (p<0.05) higher than that of GTE10 and GTE20 groups. On the other hand, GTE20 group revealed a highly significant increase variation (p<0.05) in total protein than the control, GTE5 and GTE10 groups. In the control group showed a significant increase (p <0.05) in values of AST, ALT and ALK as compared with other groups. Therefore, it is recommended that using green tea for a long period leads to inhibition of the free oxygen radical damages in the liver and erythrocyte.

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Green tea, Liver enzymes, Glucose, total protein
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Omer Mahrouf Ali Shoshin
Researcher, College of Veterinary, University of Kirkuk, Iraq
Ahmed Abdulaali Azeez Baker
Researcher, College of Veterinary, University of Kirkuk, Iraq
Evan Mohammed Mostafa
Researcher, College of Science, University of Kirkuk, Iraq
Noor Abdulaali Azeez Baker
Researcher, K1 Hospital, North Oil Company, Kirkuk, Iraq
Ahmad Salih Helal
Researcher, K1 Hospital, North Oil Company, Kirkuk, Iraq

Abstract


This investigates the effects of various concentrations of continuous drinking of green tea in rats. (24) male rats are randomly categorized into four groups: control, which does not receive green tea, GTE5, GTE10 and GTE20 (receive 5g, 10g and 20g GTE, respectively). In hematological parameters analysis, there are no significant variation (p>0.05) in the RBC, MCHC and platelet among all groups. Furthermore, Control group presented a considerable decrease (p <0.05) in HB, HTC, MCV and MCH as compared with GTE5, GTE10 and GTE20. The biochemical analysis, control and GTE5 groups had high significant decrease (p<0.05) in glucose level as compared with GTE10 and GTE20 groups. Analysis of albumin and globulin, control and GTE5 groups had a significant decrease (p<0.05) higher than that of GTE10 and GTE20 groups. On the other hand, GTE20 group revealed a highly significant increase variation (p<0.05) in total protein than the control, GTE5 and GTE10 groups. In the control group showed a significant increase (p <0.05) in values of AST, ALT and ALK as compared with other groups. Therefore, it is recommended that using green tea for a long period leads to inhibition of the free oxygen radical damages in the liver and erythrocyte.

Keywords


Green tea, Liver enzymes, Glucose, total protein



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v11%2Fi2%2F2020%2Fijphrd%2F195022