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From: Antihyperglycemic and antihyperlipidemic activities of aqueous extract of Hericium erinaceus in experimental diabetic rats

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Effect of AEHE treatment on hepatic oxidative stress markers in experimental rats. (A) glutathione levels (GSH levels, μg/mg protein), (B) glutathione peroxidase levels (GSH-Px levels, μg/mg protein ), (C) superoxide dismutase activity (SOD activity, U/mg protein), (D) catalase activity (CAT activity, U/mg protein), and (E) malondialdehyde levels (MDA levels, μg/mg protein). Group I: normal control rats treated with vehicle alone; Group II: normal control rats treated with AEHE (100 mg/kg b.w.); Group III: diabetic control rats treated with vehicle alone; Group IV: diabetic rats were given AEHE (100 mg/kg b.w.); Group V: diabetic rats were given AEHE (200 mg/kg b.w.); Group VI: diabetic rats were given glibenclamide (30 mg/kg b.w.). a indicates statistically different from NM group, b indicates statistically different from DM group.

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