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Figure 6: Effect of 12 weeks exposure of lead acetate (PbA, 0.5%) alone or in combination with WRE (1%) in drinking water on plasma (5A) and brain (5B) catecholamine levels in rats. Data presented are mean ± SEM of 9-10 animals. **P<0.001 vs control and ##P< 0.01 vs PbA

Figure 6: Effect of 12 weeks exposure of lead acetate (PbA, 0.5%) alone or in combination with WRE (1%) in drinking water on plasma (5A) and brain (5B) catecholamine levels in rats. Data presented are mean ± SEM of 9-10 animals. **P<0.001 vs control and ##<i>P</i>< 0.01 vs PbA