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Table 7 Anti-diabetic activity of HFD with streptozotocin-induced rats

From: Phytochemical comparison and evaluation of anti-inflammatory and anti-diabetic activity of three source plants of Jivanti-an important Ayurvedic drug

Groups Parameters
Glucose (mg/dl) Triglycerides (mg/dl) Cholesterol (mg/dl)
HFD STZ Treatment HFD STZ Treatment HFD STZ Treatment
Control 73 ± 0.76 82 ± 1.45 85 ± 0.98 118 ± 2.01 124 ± 0.87 120 ± 1.87 103 ± 0.98 117 ± 1.98 107 ± 1.34
Diabetic control 102 ± 0.89 237 ± 2.09 249 ± 0.85 246 ± 1.67 261 ± 0.91 282 ± 1.65 200 ± 0.76 227 ± 1.45 251 ± 1.65
Standard 100 ± 0.87 195 ± 1.56 115 ± 1.12 209 ± 1.45 231 ± 1.54 163 ± 1.76 134 ± 0.97 205 ± 1.34 116 ± 1.33
FNW 111 ± 1.34 200 ± 1.31 142 ± 1.56 219 ± 1.76 270 ± 1.43 139 ± 1.98 139 ± 1.02 227 ± 1.98 123 ± 1.76
LRR 101 ± 1.23 192 ± 1.11 138 ± 1.38 207 ± 1.45 285 ± 1.35 146 ± 1.34 124 ± 0.89 229 ± 1.47 120 ± 1.65
LRS 98 ± 1.11 182 ± 1.67 112 ± 0.99 176 ± 1.47 274 ± 1.98 155 ± 1.21 127 ± 1.12 239 ± 1.34 124 ± 1.55
HAR 99 ± 0.96 193 ± 1.22 104 ± 1.01 211 ± 1.32 245 ± 1.67 175 ± 1.67 119 ± 1.43 185 ± 1.87 111 ± 1.11
  1. The data were represented as mean ± SD and analyzed by one-way ANOVA followed by Dunnett’s multiple comparison tests