Hematology and serum biochemistry of growing New Zealand White (NZW) rabbits administered Panax ginseng extracts

This study was conducted to evaluate the hematological and serum biochemical parameters of growing New Zealand White (NZW) rabbits administeredPanax ginseng extracts (PGEs). A total of 48 NZW growing male (M) and female (F) rabbits (24 each) were used and the experiment lasted for 28  days. It was carried out in a randomized complete block design (RCBD), made up of T1 (0.0  mg/ml of PGEs), T2 (200.0  mg/ml of PGEs), and T3 (400.0  mg/ml of PGEs) which was replicated thrice and sex served as the block. Packed cell volume (PCV) (34.03%), red blood cell (RBC) (5.52 × 106/ μl), white blood cell (WBC) (7.60 × 103/ μl), and heterophil (34.00%) counts of the growing male NZW rabbits were significantly (P 
Source: Comparative Clinical Pathology - Category: Pathology Source Type: research

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