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Figure 1: High power photomicrograph of section of kidney from (a) normal control group showing a normal glomerulus and tubules; (b) toxic control group showing damaged proximal tubules (T) with deposits of refractile crystals (C) and loss of tubular epithelium; (c) Neeri group showing a few dilated tubules (T) along with a number of undamaged tubules (T1). (d) Formulation DRDC/AY/8080 showing a normal glomerulus and tubules. No evidence of tubular damage was seen in this sample (e) tablets showing a normal glomerulus and tubules. No evidence of tubular damage was seen in this sample; G = Glomerulus, T = Tubule (H and E, ×400)

Figure 1: High power photomicrograph of section of kidney from (a) normal control group showing a normal glomerulus and tubules; (b) toxic control group showing damaged proximal tubules (T) with deposits of refractile crystals (C) and loss of tubular epithelium; (c) Neeri group showing a few dilated tubules (T) along with a number of undamaged tubules (T1). (d) Formulation DRDC/AY/8080 showing a normal glomerulus and tubules. No evidence of tubular damage was seen in this sample (e) tablets showing a normal glomerulus and tubules. No evidence of tubular damage was seen in this sample; G = Glomerulus, T = Tubule (H and E, ×400)