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Figure 5: A photomicrograph in rats’ kidney of: (a) the control group; (b) rats treated orally with a high dose of nano-hydroxyapatite (Hap) (300 mg/kg body weight); (c) rats treated orally with a low dose of nano-HAp (150 mg/kg body weight); and (d) rats treated subcutaneously with nano-HAp (600 mg/kg body weight) showing the normal appearance of parenchyma, glomeruli (G) with mesangial cells, normal Bowman’s space and capillaries, normal tubules (T) with normal lining cells, and normal interstitium. H&E, ×100.

Figure 5: A photomicrograph in rats’ kidney of: (a) the control group; (b) rats treated orally with a high dose of nano-hydroxyapatite (Hap) (300 mg/kg body weight); (c) rats treated orally with a low dose of nano-HAp (150 mg/kg body weight); and (d) rats treated subcutaneously with nano-HAp (600 mg/kg body weight) showing the normal appearance of parenchyma, glomeruli (G) with mesangial cells, normal Bowman’s space and capillaries, normal tubules (T) with normal lining cells, and normal interstitium. H&E, ×100.