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Table 1 Effect of Uvaria chamae on Fasting Blood Glucose (FBG) Levels (mg/dl) and % Reduction (% R) of FBG levels

From: Antidiabetic and hypolipidemic activities of hydroethanolic root extract of Uvaria chamae in streptozotocin induced diabetic albino rats

Group Day0 Day1 Day5 %R in Day5 Day 8 %R in Day8
I 74.33 ± 0.88 75.66 ± 2.19 86.00 ± 3.22 ……. 90.67 ± 6.17 …….
II 59.33 ± 2.91 363.00 ± 50.5* 270.70 ± 33.17* 25.43 133.30 ± 10.04* 63.28
III 63.33 ± 0.67 303.00 ± 7.10* 44.00 ± 7.00* 85.48 42.37 ± 0.52* 86.02
IV 54.67 ± 1.45 263.30 ± 3.84* 52.67 ± 7.27* 80.00 48.70 ± 1.04* 81.50
V 66.67 ± 3.93 325.70 ± 17.85* 46.00 ± 2.08* 85.16 48.33 ± 0.88* 85.16
VI 60.00 ± 4.36 242.30 ± 3.93* 256.30 ± 1.86* −5.66 300.30 ± 2.03* −23.94
  1. *Significant difference (p < 0.05; n = 5) between the Mean ± SEM of test group vs. control. Group I = (control) Normal rats received 0.5 ml (2% solution) of acacia, II = diabetic rats treated with insulin 0.5I.U/kg, III = diabetic rats treated with 400 mg/kg extract, IV = diabetic rats treated with 250 mg/kg extract, V = diabetic rats treated with 100 mg/kg extract, VI = diabetic rats untreated
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