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Study of troponin, creatine kinase biomarkers, and histopathological lesions in experimental Nerium oleander toxicity in rats and mice

particular importance in oleander poisoning. This type of bioactive is exemplified by the digitoxigenin, folinerin, and oleandrin in N . oleander . It was reported that the highest concentrations of cardiac glycosides are in the roots and seeds of the common pink oleander ( N . oleander ), while the highest contents of oleandrin are found in the leaves of the plant. Moreover, N . oleander with red to pink flowers contains higher concentrations of cardiac glycosides than oleanders with white flowers ( 18 ). It is believed that the cardenolides present in N

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