Figure 1: Hematoxilin-eosin stained micrographs of renal tissue at the end of the experiment (×400). A. Renal tissue of control group, with normal renal morphology showing intact glomerular tuft (arrow) and intact proximal and distal renal tubules (*). B. Renal tissue of PDC group shows congested glomerular capillaries with edema and necrosis (blue arrow) in renal tubular epithelium shrunken glomerular tuft epithelium (black arrow) of the renal tubules and congested peritubular capillaries (yellow arrow). C. Renal tissue of BCAAs group shows dilatation tubules (*) and mild congestion. D. Renal tissue of CS group shows mild-congested glomerular capillaries (black arrow) with light necrosis (yellow arrow) in renal tubular epithelium and shrunken glomerular tuft epithelium. E. Renal tissue of PDC+BCAAs+CS group shows mild congested glomerular capillaries (black arrow) with intact proximal and distal renal tubules (*).