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Figure 2: Haematoxylin-eosin stained sections of the liver from the rat groups fed with saline, DAL, 5-fluorouracil, methanolic root extract, and berberine of Mahonia leschenaultii. A: G1 - Normal control; B: G2 - Toxic control (DAL); C: G7 - Standard control (5-fluorouracil20 mg/kg of body weight) + DAL; D: G3- MEML 200 mg/kg of body weight + DAL; E: G4- MEML 400 mg/kg of body weight + DAL; F: G5- berberine 10 mg/kg of body weight + DAL; G: G6- berberine 20 mg/kg of body weight + DAL. Arrow indicates a small area of lymphomatous cells. Stained section was observed at 40 Xmagnification. DAL: Dalton’s ascitic lymphoma.

Figure 2: Haematoxylin-eosin stained sections of the liver from the rat groups fed with saline, DAL, 5-fluorouracil, methanolic root extract, and berberine of <i>Mahonia leschenaultii</i>. A: G1 - Normal control; B: G2 - Toxic control (DAL); C: G7 - Standard control (5-fluorouracil20 mg/kg of body weight) + DAL; D: G3- MEML 200 mg/kg of body weight + DAL; E: G4- MEML 400 mg/kg of body weight + DAL; F: G5- berberine 10 mg/kg of body weight + DAL; G: G6- berberine 20 mg/kg of body weight + DAL. Arrow indicates a small area of lymphomatous cells. Stained section was observed at 40 Xmagnification. DAL: Dalton’s ascitic lymphoma.