Wound healing effects of tamarind fruit extract (Tamarindus indica) on Sprague Dawley rats
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science
Wound Healing, Rats, Tamarindus
This study employed an experimental research design. A total of twelve Sprague Dawley rats were used for the experiment. These were divided into 4 groups of 3 rats each. 4mm biopsy punch was applied at the dorsal region of each rats and to the wounds of the rats in group 1 which served as the control group. The wound of each Sprague dawley rats were measured daily by using a Vernier caliper for a period of 21 days. Tissue samples were also collected from one rat per group every week of the experiment and processed for routine histological analysis. The results showed that wounds treated with tamarind showed a faster rate of wound closure and increasing epithelial migration and re-epithelialization.
Bautista, J. L.,
Ducay, C. C.,
Mabanes, C. C.,
Narciso, D. F.
Wound healing effects of tamarind fruit extract (Tamarindus indica) on Sprague Dawley rats.
Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Science.
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