2021
DOI: 10.1080/2314808x.2021.1914401
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Abstract: Methomyl (ME) is a carbamate insecticide that is causes a change in biochemical parameters and affects the oxidative state in the body through the production of free radicals. Herbal medicines derived from plant extracts are useful in treating many diseases, as they are considered natural antioxidants that have a protective role against toxins. This study aimed to evaluate the ability of green tea extract (GTE) to treat ME-induced cardiac toxicity in experimental animals. The experimental animals were divided … Show more

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“…Annual incidence rates of acute pesticide poisoning in agricultural workers in developed countries are around 18.2 per 100.000 among adults and 7.4 per million among children [1] . Methomyl, also called lannate, is a synthetic carbamate which is the third major group of pesticides used in agriculture [2] , and a class of acetylcholinesterase (AChE)-inhibiting pesticides [3] . Although methomyl is a very toxic and banned substance, it is still used illegally by a minority of farmers.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…Annual incidence rates of acute pesticide poisoning in agricultural workers in developed countries are around 18.2 per 100.000 among adults and 7.4 per million among children [1] . Methomyl, also called lannate, is a synthetic carbamate which is the third major group of pesticides used in agriculture [2] , and a class of acetylcholinesterase (AChE)-inhibiting pesticides [3] . Although methomyl is a very toxic and banned substance, it is still used illegally by a minority of farmers.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%