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  • Authors: Tran Thanh Tung; Dao Viet Hoang; Pham Thi Van Anh; Dang Thi Thu Hien (2020)

  • In this study, the toxicities of “Da day An Chau” tablets (DDAC) were assessed on experimental animals. To evaluate the acute toxicity on Swiss mice according to World Health Organization Guidance and to determine LD50 refer to the method of Litchfield – Wilcoxon.

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  • Authors: Dinh Thi Thu Hang; Pham Thi Van Anh; Vong Binh Long (2020)

  • Diabetes mellitus has become a major public health threat across the globe. Currently, antidiabetic therapies are based on synthetic drugs which have side effects; as such, there has been a great amount of research done to determine the role of natural products in the treatment of diabetes

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  • Authors: Mai Phuong Thanh; Pham Thi Van Anh; Nguyen Trong Thong (2020)

  • Male hypogonadism is a clinical syndrome caused by androgen deficiency which may adversely affect multiple organ functions and quality of life; it is one of the causes of infertility. The present study was undertaken to evaluate the androgenic properties of TD0014 at the dose of 1.8 g/kg and 5.4 g/kg on castrated peripubertal and weanling rats according to OECD guidelines 441 and 115, respectively. In castrated rats, the relative weights of ventral prostate and paired Cowper’s glands were increased in the TD0014 treated group (p < 0.05).

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  • Authors: Dinh Thi Thu Hang; Pham Thi Van Anh; Vong Binh Long (2020)

  • Diatarin was a product of the Ipharm Vietnam Pharmaceutical Joint Stock Company. So far, the safety of Diatarin has not been reported yet. Thus, this study was to investigate the subchronic oral toxicity of Diatarin at doses of 163.2 mg/kg b.w/day and 489.6 mg/kg b.w/day in rats during consecutive 12 weeks following the recommendation of WHO and OECD