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Abstract Title:

Evaluation of the Effects of Cypermethrin on Female Reproductive Function by Using Rabbit Model and of the Protective Role of Chinese Propolis.

Abstract Source:

Biomed Environ Sci. 2016 Oct ;29(10):762-766. PMID: 27927277

Abstract Author(s):

A E Khatab, N M Hashem, L M El-Kodary, F M Lotfy, G A Hassan

Article Affiliation:

A E Khatab

Abstract:

The prophylactic effects of Chinese propolis against cypermethrin toxicity were evaluated by performing ovary and uterus histopathology, as well as by characterizing ovarian function, embryos, and litters. Cypermethrin induced atypia in the ovary and uterus, and decreased the ovulation sites and the number of embryos. Cypermethrin-induced oxidative stress during pregnancy, decreased the parturition rate as well as the number and weight of offspring and increased the incidence of morphological malformations in the offspring. Administration of propolis to cypermethrin-treated animals mitigated cypermethrin-induced reproductive toxicity.

Study Type : Animal Study

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