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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: Macroscopic illustration of colonic tissue in rats. (a) Normal colon treated with normal saline/Tween (5 mL/kg); (b) Control colitis treated with normal saline/Tween (5 mL/kg); black arrows presents damaged crypts, mucosal and submucosal layers, and leucocyte infiltration (c) Colitis treated with BGSE (200 mg/kg); (d) Colitis treated with BGSO (8 mg/kg); (e) colitis treated with prednisolone (4 mg/kg); (f) colitis treated with mesalamine (100 mg/kg)

Figure 2:  Macroscopic  illustration of colonic tissue in rats. (a) Normal colon treated with normal saline/Tween (5 mL/kg); (b) Control colitis treated with normal saline/Tween (5 mL/kg); black arrows presents damaged crypts, mucosal and submucosal layers, and leucocyte infiltration (c) Colitis treated with BGSE (200 mg/kg); (d) Colitis treated with BGSO (8 mg/kg); (e) colitis treated with prednisolone (4 mg/kg); (f) colitis treated with mesalamine (100 mg/kg)