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Figure 2: Histologic studies of liver tissue in Garcinia mangostana Linn. treated against diethylnitrosamine-induced rats. (a) the normal architecture in control rats; (b) a big tumor nodule (indicated by arrow mark) in diethylnitrosamine-induced rats; (c) reduced size of tumor nodule in diethylnitrosamine + Garcinia mangostana Linn. (200 mg/kg bwt)-treated rats; (d) less number of tumor nodules in diethylnitrosamine + Garcinia mangostana Linn. (400 mg/kg bwt)-treated rats; (e) minor pathological changes in diethylnitrosamine + Garcinia mangostana Linn. (600 mg/kg bwt)-treated rats; (f) normal hepatocytes with no pathological changes in Garcinia mangostana Linn. extract alone treated rats

Figure 2: Histologic studies of liver tissue in <i>Garcinia mangostana</i> Linn. treated against diethylnitrosamine-induced rats. (a) the normal architecture in control rats; (b) a big tumor nodule (indicated by arrow mark) in diethylnitrosamine-induced rats; (c) reduced size of tumor nodule in diethylnitrosamine + <i>Garcinia mangostana</i> Linn. (200 mg/kg bwt)-treated rats; (d) less number of tumor nodules in diethylnitrosamine + Garcinia mangostana Linn. (400 mg/kg bwt)-treated rats; (e) minor pathological changes in diethylnitrosamine + <i>Garcinia mangostana</i> Linn. (600 mg/kg bwt)-treated rats; (f) normal hepatocytes with no pathological changes in Garcinia mangostana Linn. extract alone treated rats