Subject: RC666-701 | Research Article | Diseases of the circulatory (Cardiovascular) system | Article Subject
Diabetes mellitus is associated with dysregulation of adipose tissue metabolism and increased level of serum lipids. In our previous work we found that Securigera securidaca decreases cholesterol level in blood of diabetic rats. The present study was carried out to furt... View more
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