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Ø› Ù¡Ù¨his study male and female albino mice werdministr^d doses of alkaloid and phenolic extracts of Allium cepa at doses of( 25 ,50,100, 200) mg / kg of( body weight). males and females were divided into four groups and each croup comprised mice were injected intra^ritonially daily for one week and orally Ù¢Ù Ù¢ one month . After which animals were killed and the serum was separated for biochemical analysis (total blood suger, total protein , otal cholesterol). Results showed significant decrease ( p< 0,05) in the total blood suger and total cholesterol on the serum of both males and females and significant increase( p< 0,05) in the total serum protein of both males and females of the two types of injection and oral administration and by both Alkaloid and phenolic extracts . However it was found that the alkaloid extract was more effective than phenolic extract.â€ƒ
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Journal BS. Effect of alkaloid and phenolic extract administration oi Allium cepa L Ù on some biochemical parameters of blood on albino mice. BSJ [Internet]. 7Mar.2004 [cited 27Jan.2020];1(1):18-2. Available from: http://bsj.uobaghdad.edu.iq/index.php/BSJ/article/view/497