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Humam T. Hadi1*, Orooba M. S. Ibrahim2 

1Department of Pharmacy, Baghdad College of Medical Sciences, Baghdad, Iraq; 2Department of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Baghdad, Baghdad, Iraq.

*Correspondence | Orooba M.S. Ibrahim, Department of Pharmacy, Baghdad College of Medical Sciences, Baghdad, Iraq; Email: auroba.m@covm.uobaghdad.edu.iq  

Figure 1

Phytochemicals analysis of S. aromaticum essential oil by GC-MS 

Figure 3

UV-Visible spectra for SaAuNPs 

Figure 4

Zeta potential for SaAuNPs 

Figure 5

Particle size of SaAuNPs 

Figure 7

SEM image of SaAuNPs 

Figure 8

Evaluation of dorsal skin (A) negtive group(B) positive group after 5 days of induction (C) positive group after 10 days of induction (D) after 10 days of treatment by 0.001% SaAuNPs (E) after 5 days of treatment by 0.003% SaAuNP (F) after 5 days of treatment by 0.005% SaAuNPs (G) after 5 days of treatment by 0.5% clove (H) after 5 days of treatment by Salicylic acid (I) after 10 days of treatment by 0.003% SaAuNPs (J)after 10 days of treatment by 0.005% SaAuNPs (K)after 10 days treatment by 0.5% clove (L) after 10 days of treatment by Salicylic acid. 

Figure 9

Serum TNF alpha of the negative and positive controls and different treatment concentrations of SaAuNPs, clove and salicylic acid 

Figure 10

Serum IL-17 of the negative and positive controls and different treatment concentrations of SaAuNPs, clove and salicylic acid 

Figure 6

XRD pattern of AuNPs from S.aromaticum A)XRD analysis of Gold NPs B) standard Bragg reflections (Vilas et al., 2016)
SEM photograph of SaAuNPs  

Figure 2

(A)Formation of gold nanoparticles solution, (B) Formation of gold nanoparticles powder  

Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences

August

Vol. 12, Iss. 8, pp. 1410-1621

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