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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Rotarod test and latency of fall assessment. A significant difference (*P < 0.05) was obtained when the experimental (HCD) group recorded a reduced latency of fall compared to the control group. The mice in the experimental group spent lesser time on the rotarod wheel thereby having a latency of fall. Treatment with 200 mg/kg of African mistletoe produced a statistically significant increase in the latency of fall of mice in the treatment group as the animals were recorded to have spent more time on the wheel. (b) Passive rotation of the animals on the Rotarod test. Passive rotation decreased significantly in the experimental group compared to the control and treatment groups (*P < 0.05)

Figure 1: (a) Rotarod test and latency of fall assessment. A significant difference (*<i>P</i> < 0.05) was obtained when the experimental (HCD) group recorded a reduced latency of fall compared to the control group. The mice in the experimental group spent lesser time on the rotarod wheel thereby having a latency of fall. Treatment with 200 mg/kg of African mistletoe produced a statistically significant increase in the latency of fall of mice in the treatment group as the animals were recorded to have spent more time on the wheel. (b) Passive rotation of the animals on the Rotarod test. Passive rotation decreased significantly in the experimental group compared to the control and treatment groups (*<i>P</i> < 0.05)