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Figure 3: The effect of ethanolic extract of Juglans sinensis (JSE3) on hepatic fibrosis developed in carbon tetrachloride (CCl4)-intoxicated rats. (a) Masson’s trichrome staining, (b) Sirius red staining, (1) control group; (2) JSE3-treated group (200 mg/kg); (3) and (7) CCl4 intoxicated group (1 mg/kg, CCl4/olive oil = 1:1); (4) CCl4 + 100 mg/kg of JSE3-treated group; (5) and (8) CCl4 + 200 mg/kg of JSE3-treated group; (6) CCl4 + 200 mg/kg of silymarin-treated group. (a) Masson’s trichrome and (b) Sirius red staining; magnification: (1–6); 40´, (7–8); 100´. Black arrows indicate fatty degeneration and yellow collagen accumulation

Figure 3: The effect of ethanolic extract of <i>Juglans sinensis</i> (JSE3) on hepatic fibrosis developed in carbon tetrachloride (CCl<sub>4</sub>)-intoxicated rats. (a) Masson’s trichrome staining, (b) Sirius red staining, (1) control group; (2) JSE3-treated group (200 mg/kg); (3) and (7) CCl<sub>4</sub> intoxicated group (1 mg/kg, CCl<sub>4</sub>/olive oil = 1:1); (4) CCl<sub>4</sub> + 100 mg/kg of JSE3-treated group; (5) and (8) CCl<sub>4</sub> + 200 mg/kg of JSE3-treated group; (6) CCl<sub>4</sub> + 200 mg/kg of silymarin-treated group. (a) Masson’s trichrome and (b) Sirius red staining; magnification: (1–6); 40´, (7–8); 100´. Black arrows indicate fatty degeneration and yellow collagen accumulation