The Effect of Immune Max in the Liver, Kidney and Spleen Histological Structure in Male Albino Mice

  • Mohammed Abed Jawad Al-Nisour University College, Iraq.
  • Abed J Kadhim Al-Nisour University College, Iraq.
  • Saif Yaseen Hasan National University for Science and Technology, Iraq.
Keywords: Immune, Tissues, Health


Background: This study aimed to identify the effect of using the Immune Max dietary supplement on the histological composition of some organs in male albino mice.

Methods: The study was conducted on the Swiss albino male mice which were divided into two groups: treated group with 0.162 mg/kg/ day of Immune Max and second group as a control.

Results: Histological examination was conducted for liver, kidney and spleen. The results showed some histological changes in these organs like loses of tissues, congestion, leukocytes infiltration and dead cells.

Conclusion: The purpose of a conclusion that the use of the Immune Max nutritional supplement can cause damage to the tissues of a number of organs and this is likely to be due to the dose concentration and the duration of the treatment.

How to cite this article:
Jawad MA, Kadhim AJ, Hasan SY. The Effect of Immune Max in the Liver, Kidney and Spleen Histological Structure in Male Albino Mice. J Commun Dis. 2021;53(3):186-189.



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