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Fig. 5

From: Effect of traditional chinese medicine (TCM) and its fermentation using Lactobacillus plantarum on ceftriaxone sodium-induced dysbacteriotic diarrhea in mice

Fig. 5

Intestinal morphology (200×) of jejunum in mice with dysbacteriosis induced by ceftriaxone sodium and the alleviation of treatments. A villus height, B crypt depth, C villus height to crypt depth ratio (VH/CD). BC: Blank Control, CS: Ceftriaxone Sodium, CS + LP: Ceftriaxone Sodium + Lactobacillus Plantarum, CS + BD: Ceftriaxone Sodium + Buzhongyiqi decoction, CS + SD: Ceftriaxone Sodium + Sijunzi decoction, CS + SHD: Ceftriaxone Sodium + Shenlingbaizhu decoction, CS + FBD: Ceftriaxone Sodium + fermented Buzhongyiqi decoction, CS + FSD: Ceftriaxone Sodium + fermented Sijunzi decoction and CS + FSHD: Ceftriaxone Sodium + fermented Shenlingbaizhu decoction. n = 3. a, b, cLabeled means in the bars without a common letter were significantly different (p < 0.05). Red arrow: villus dissolution, damage, irregularly arranged epithelial cells, partially detached, and intestinal gland injury

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