Platelet count for mice and papaya leaves to test it in animals.
is the normal platelet count of the animals like mice?
do I prepare papaya leaves to test it in animals?
count normal results in humans:
- 400,000 platelets per microliter (mcL).
human platelet counts are only one-fourth a normal mouse count.
the more obvious differences to human hemostasis is the fact that
mouse blood contains a much higher circulating platelet count.
have normally higher platelet counts compared to humans.
low platelet counts were report for control, untreated mice in two
recent publications in Blood.
and that of others with platelet counts in blood from mice of several
strains and different ages is that average value for groups of normal
mice are almost invariably greater than 1,000,000 platelet per microliter
(mcL) of blood
up a popular use of crude leaf preparations from Carica papaya for
the treatment of dengue infections, a suspension of powdered Carica
papaya leaves in palm oil was investigated for its effect on thrombocyte
counts in mice, administering by gavage 15 mg of powdered leaves per
kg body weight to 5 mice.
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