DOI: 10.1111/1440-1681.13752
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Abstract: Gastric ulcer is the most common gastrointestinal disorder affecting people globally.Although many drugs are available to treat ulcers, the mortality rate is relatively high, and drugs lack selectivity to treat ulcers without causing side effects. In this study, the potential therapeutic effects of phylloquinone were tested against indomethacininduced gastric ulcer in rats by giving rats a single oral dose of indomethacin (48 mg/kg), followed by phylloquinone (10 mg/kg) orally, once daily for six consecutive d… Show more

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