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From: Aged garlic extract protects against oxidative stress and renal changes in cisplatin-treated adult male rats

Figure 3

Effects of aged garlic extract (AGE) administration on malondialdehyde (MDA) level, superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity, catalase (CAT) activity and reduce glutathione (GSH) level in kidneys of Wistar rats treated with cisplatin (CP). (A) shows tissue level of MDA in different groups. Activities of both SOD (B) and CAT (C) in renal tissues are listed as well. Tissue level of GSH is listed in (D). Data are expressed as Mean ± SEM (n = 6). a: Significance at P < 0.001 Vs. control group; b: Significance at P < 0.001 Vs. cisplatin-treated group. a*: P = 0.036; b*: P = 0.0038; a+: P = 0.049; P+: P = 0.003. No significant difference (P = 0.61 - 0.99) was recorded between control and AGE (Aged garlic extract)- treated groups in all parameters.

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