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Fig. 8 | Behavioral and Brain Functions

Fig. 8

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

Fig. 8

Effect of KBrO3 treatments on the medulla oblongata of treated mice. Sagittal sections in the medulla oblongata showing the medulla neurons (MeN), neurocytechromatolysis (NCH) and pyknosis (PKC). a, b control group, c, d potassium bromate 100 mg/kg group, e, f potassium bromate 200 mg/kg group. Scale bar 400 μm in a, c, e and 50 μm in b, d, f

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