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Figure 5 Sections of liver of (a) control rat showing the abundance of glycogen in the cell of the hapatic lobule, (b) liver of rat daily receiving an oral dose of Staphylococcus bacteria shows the polysaccharides inclusions that displayed diffuse staining. A few number of the hepatocytes display dense staining, (c) liver of a rat on a daily, oral dose of Salmonella bacteria shows faint homogeneous staining of the polysaccharide inclusions, and (d) liver of a rat receiving a single oral dose of Escherichia coli bacteria shows marked depletion of the polysaccharide inclusions (PAS/H, scale bar 20 μm). PAS/H, periodic acid Schiff/hematoxylin.

Figure 5 Sections of liver of (a) control rat showing the abundance of glycogen in the cell of the hapatic lobule, (b) liver of rat daily receiving an oral dose of <i>Staphylococcus</i> bacteria shows the polysaccharides inclusions that displayed diffuse staining. A few number of the hepatocytes display dense staining, (c) liver of a rat on a daily, oral dose of <i>Salmonella</i> bacteria shows faint homogeneous staining of the polysaccharide inclusions, and (d) liver of a rat receiving a single oral dose of <i>Escherichia coli</i> bacteria shows marked depletion of the polysaccharide inclusions (PAS/H, scale bar 20 μm). PAS/H, periodic acid Schiff/hematoxylin.