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Figure 1: Transverse section in the cardiac muscles of rats: (a)Control: normal architecture of branched anastomose cardiac muscle fibres with nucleus (M) and interstitial connective tissue (I), (H&E X: 250) (b)Control: vein with erythrocytes (V); Capillary (P), (H&E X: 500) (c) RJ: normal architecture of branched anastomose cardiac muscle fibres with nucleus (M) and interstitial connective tissue (I), (H&E X: 250) (d) RJ: vein with erythrocytes (V); Capillary (P), (H&E X: 500).

Figure 1: Transverse section in the cardiac muscles of rats: (a)Control: normal architecture of branched anastomose cardiac muscle fibres with nucleus (M) and interstitial connective tissue (I), (H&E X: 250) (b)Control: vein with erythrocytes (V); Capillary (P), (H&E X: 500) (c) RJ: normal architecture of branched anastomose cardiac muscle fibres with nucleus (M) and interstitial connective tissue (I), (H&E X: 250) (d) RJ: vein with erythrocytes (V); Capillary (P), (H&E X: 500).