Haematological and biochemical effects of polyphenolics in animal models

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Polyphenols of natural and synthetic origin are exploited in tanning sector to convert putrescible skin/hide to non-putrescible leather. However, only 30-40% of the inputs have been taken up for processing, the remaining is released as unspent. The existing conventional wastewater treatment systems are inefficient in removing or degrading these unspent polyphenols and thus detrimental to ecosystem. The present study demonstrates the evaluation of impact of both synthetic and natural polyphenols on biochemical and haematological properties of blood and serum in animal models. The results reveal that concentrations of polyphenols play a major role. At higher concentrations, irrespective of their nature, there was a marked change in the lipid profile (81% reduction), followed by insignificant change in glucose levels, RBC and WBC counts and other haematological parameters. At lower concentrations, no significant changes in the above said properties were observed. © 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.




Gnanamani, A., Sudha, M., Deepa, G., Sudha, M., Deivanai, K., & Sadulla, S. (2008). Haematological and biochemical effects of polyphenolics in animal models. Chemosphere, 72(9), 1321–1326. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2008.04.028

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