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Table 1 Effect of MAS 200 on body weight and reproductive organ weight in varicocele-induced male SD rats

From: The ameliorative effect of monotropein, astragalin, and spiraeoside on oxidative stress, endoplasmic reticulum stress, and mitochondrial signaling pathway in varicocelized rats

ParameterCTRMAS 200VCVC + MAS 200
Body weight (sacrifice; g)411.20 ± 5.14427.20 ± 5.48413.80 ± 3.23432.70 ± 7.70
Testis weight (g)2.09 ± 0.042.02 ± 0.051.79 ± 0.11*2.01 ± 0.04
Epididymis weight (g)0.70 ± 0.030.75 ± 0.010.68 ± 0.020.75 ± 0.02
Seminal vesicles weight (g)1.33 ± 0.041.31 ± 0.051.20 ± 0.041.25 ± 0.04
Prostate weight (g)0.99 ± 0.031.23 ± 0.051.12 ± 0.071.12 ± 0.07
Penis weight (g)0.34 ± 0.010.33 ± 0.010.33 ± 0.010.32 ± 0.01
Kidney weight (g)1.30 ± 0.011.35 ± 0.031.31 ± 0.021.33 ± 0.02
  1. Data are presented in mean ± SEM. The differences were tested by one-way ANOVA followed by Tukey’s post hoc test; n = 10 for each group. *Significant at P < 0.05 versus CTR group. CTR control, MAS 200 MAS 200 mg/kg p.o., VC varicocele, VC + MAS 200 MAS 200 mg/kg p.o., p.o. per oral, ANOVA analysis of variance, SEM standard error of the mean