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Figure 3: Oil red O staining of rat liver sections. Liver of rats fed a methionine- and choline-deficient/methionine- and choline-sufficient diet. (a) Methionine- and choline-sufficient diet showing normal architecture of the liver. (b) Methionine- and choline-deficient diet showing the fat accumulation. (c) Methionine and choline deficient + proprietary herbal formulation at 200 mg/kg. (d) Methionine and choline deficient + proprietary herbal formulation at 400 mg/kg showing a reduction in fat accumulation compared to methionine and choline deficient diet (Oil Red O stain, magnifications at ×10)

Figure 3: Oil red O staining of rat liver sections. Liver of rats fed a methionine- and choline-deficient/methionine- and choline-sufficient diet. (a) Methionine- and choline-sufficient diet showing normal architecture of the liver. (b) Methionine- and choline-deficient diet showing the fat accumulation. (c) Methionine and choline deficient + proprietary herbal formulation at 200 mg/kg. (d) Methionine and choline deficient + proprietary herbal formulation at 400 mg/kg showing a reduction in fat accumulation compared to methionine and choline deficient diet (Oil Red O stain, magnifications at ×10)