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The Anti-oxidative Effect of Oral Administration of NYD (Nocyongdaebo-tang) in Oxidized Rats induced by AAPH

  • Journal of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
  • Abbr : J Sasang Constitut Med
  • 2007, 19(2), pp.155-169
  • Publisher : The Society Of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
  • Research Area : Medicine and Pharmacy > Korean Medicine

Nayoung, Bae 1 TaekWon ahn 1

1대전대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

1. Objectives This study aimed to investigate the anti-oxidative effect of Nocyongdaebo-tang (NYD) decoction in oxidized rats induced by AAPH. 2. Methods AAPH (2.2-azobis-2 aminodinopropane-hydrochloride) was injected intraperitoneally to induce oxidization and NYD was orally administered to the rats. To observe the anti-oxidative effect of NYD, we performed blood chemistry analysis, histological analysis, and evaluated the levels of SOD, catalase, glutathione, NO and MDA in liver. 3. Results & Conclusions 1) Serum Albumin level was increased significantly in the NYD group as compared with the control group and the saline group. 2) Serum LDL-cholesterol level was reduced significantly in the NYD group as compared with the control group. 3) GPT level in liver was reduced significantly in the NYD group as compared with the control group. 4) SOD, catalase activity and glutathione levels were increased significantly in the NYD group as compared with the control group and the saline group. 5) The levels of NO and MDA were reduced significantly in the NYD group as compared with the control group. 6) The degenerative change of liver tissue of NYD group was decreased in comparison with the control group. In conclusion, NYD decoction is considered to have an anti-oxidative effect in rats.

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