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Fig. 1 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Fig. 1

From: Oral administration of potassium bromate induces neurobehavioral changes, alters cerebral neurotransmitters level and impairs brain tissue of swiss mice

Fig. 1

Effect of KBrO3 on the mean of body weight (gm) (a) and water consumption (ml) (b) in treated mice during six successive weeks using two different doses of KBrO3. The data are the mean ± SEM for 10 mice per group for the control group (open white bars), low dose KBrO3 treated group (closed black bars), and high dose KBrO3 treated group (hatched bars). *P < 0.05 for low dose KBrO3 treated group vs. control group; #P < 0.05 for high dose KBrO3 treated group vs. control group; +P<0.05 for high dose KBrO3 treated group vs. low dose KBrO3 treated group

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