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Table 5 Changes in levels of cholesterol, free fatty acids, triglycerides and phospholipids in kidney of control and experimental animals

From: Antihyperlipidemic and antiperoxidative effect of Diasulin, a polyherbal formulation in alloxan induced hyperglycemic rats

Groups Cholesterol (mg/100 g wet tissue) Free fatty acids (mg/100 g wet tissue) Triglycerides (mg/100 g wet tissue) Phospholipids (mg/100 g wet tissue)
Normal 375.90 ± 16.58a 434.01 ± 11.50a 282.50 ± 14.70a 1447.60 ± 26.90a
Normal + Diasulin (200 mg/ kg) 371.08 ± 8.28a 432.51 ± 11.60a 278.75 ± 14.60a 1442.50 ± 43.30a
Diabetic control 546.90 ± 23.80b 743.00 ± 25.70b 501.10 ± 34.10b 2041.50 ± 33.69b
Diabetic + Diasulin (200 mg/kg) 435.20 ± 12.18c 556.80 ± 38.50c 382.90 ± 9.28c 1684.00 ± 28.80c
Diabetic + Glibenclamide (600 μg/kg) 449.90 ± 13.49c 600.30 ± 33.40d 438.66 ± 39.30d 1819.30 ± 34.70d
  1. Values are given as mean ± S.D for 6 rats in each group.
  2. Values not sharing a common superscript letter differ significantly at p < 0.05 (DMRT).
  3. Duncan procedure, Range for the level 2.95, 3.09, 3.20.