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Figure 4: (A) normal testis sections in negative control group; (B) histopathological view of testis sections in lead acetate treated group shown seminiferous tubules such as the endothelial cells appear destroyed and or dispersed, and loss of spermatid (indicated by arrows) as compared to the negative control group; (C and D) rats treated with curcumin 100 mg/kg BW and 200 mg/kg BW showed like a positive control; (E) rats treated with curcumin 400 mg/kg showed regeneration in testicular cells, using haematoxyline and eosin stain technique (*400).

Figure 4: (A) normal testis sections in negative control group; (B) histopathological view of testis sections in lead acetate treated group shown seminiferous tubules such as the endothelial cells appear destroyed and or dispersed, and loss of spermatid (indicated by arrows) as compared to the negative control group; (C and D) rats treated with curcumin 100 mg/kg BW and 200 mg/kg BW showed like a positive control; (E) rats treated with curcumin 400 mg/kg showed regeneration in testicular cells, using haematoxyline and eosin stain technique (*400).