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Figure 9: Representative photomicrographs of liver sections stained with Masson and Trichrome' stain. Scan of Masson and Trichrome' stained sections of control group (a), carbon tetrachloride-treated group (b), carbon tetrachloride group treated with silymarin (c), carbon tetrachloride group treated with ethanolic extract of aerial parts of Solanum villosum Mill subsp. miniatum (Bernh. ex Willd.) (100 mg/kg) (d), carbon tetrachloride group treated with ethanolic extract of aerial parts of Solanum villosum Mill subsp. miniatum (Bernh. ex Willd.) (250 mg/kg) (e) and effect of ethanolic extract of aerial parts of Solanum villosum Mill subsp. miniatum (Bernh. ex Willd.) on liver content of hydroxyproline (f) in carbon tetrachloride-induced liver fibrosis in.aSignificantly different from control at P < 0.05.

Figure 9: Representative photomicrographs of liver sections stained with Masson and Trichrome' stain. Scan of Masson and Trichrome' stained sections of control group (a), carbon tetrachloride-treated group (b), carbon tetrachloride group treated with silymarin (c), carbon tetrachloride group treated with ethanolic extract of aerial parts of <i>Solanum villosum</i> Mill subsp. <i>miniatum</i> (Bernh. ex Willd.) (100 mg/kg) (d), carbon tetrachloride group treated with ethanolic extract of aerial parts of <i>Solanum villosum</i> Mill subsp. <i>miniatum</i> (Bernh. ex Willd.) (250 mg/kg) (e) and effect of ethanolic extract of aerial parts of <i>Solanum villosum</i> Mill subsp. <i>miniatum</i> (Bernh. ex Willd.) on liver content of hydroxyproline (f) in carbon tetrachloride-induced liver fibrosis in.<sup>a</sup>Significantly different from control at<i> P </i>< 0.05.