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Figure 1: (a) Control kidney shows normal glomerulus (G) and renal tubule (H). (b) Kidney of rat treated with lycopene (40 mg/kg) shows normal glomerulus (I) and renal tubule (J) (c) Kidney of rat treated with ifosfamide (80 mg/kg) shows glomerulus with sclerosis (L), lipid accumulation (M) and tubular necrosis (N). (d) Kidney of rat treated with lycopene (10 mg/kg) and ifosfamide (80 mg/kg) shows mild tubular necrosis (P) and normal glomerulus (R). (e) Kidney of rat treated with lycopene (20 mg/kg) and ifosfamide (80 mg/kg) shows normal glomerulus (S) and renal tubule (T). (f) Kidney of rat treated with lycopene (40 mg/kg) and ifosfamide (80 mg/kg) shows normal glomerulus (W) and renal tubule (V). (H and E) ×400

Figure 1: (a) Control kidney shows normal glomerulus (G) and renal tubule (H). (b) Kidney of rat treated with lycopene (40 mg/kg) shows normal glomerulus (I) and renal tubule (J) (c) Kidney of rat treated with ifosfamide (80 mg/kg) shows glomerulus with sclerosis (L), lipid accumulation (M) and tubular necrosis (N). (d) Kidney of rat treated with lycopene (10 mg/kg) and ifosfamide (80 mg/kg) shows mild tubular necrosis (P) and normal glomerulus (R). (e) Kidney of rat treated with lycopene (20 mg/kg) and ifosfamide (80 mg/kg) shows normal glomerulus (S) and renal tubule (T). (f) Kidney of rat treated with lycopene (40 mg/kg) and ifosfamide (80 mg/kg) shows normal glomerulus (W) and renal tubule (V). (H and E) ×400