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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Table 2 Effect of DPP on APAP-intoxicated rats serum lipoproteins of control and experimental rats

From: Impact of date palm pollen (Phoenix dactylifera) treatment on paracetamol-induced hepatorenal toxicity in rats

Treatments (n = 6)Dose (mg/kg)Cholesterol (mg/dl)Triglycerides (mg/dl)HDL (mg/dl)LDL (mg/dl)VLDL (mg/dl)
Normal 101.36 ± 4.1781.20 ± 3.0255.91 ± 2.9629.21 ± 5.0316.24 ± 0.60
APAP1000184.66 ± 8.66***150.50 ± 4.95***25.68 ± 1.77***128.88 ± 8.17***30.10 ± 0.99***
DPP + APAP50158.50 ± 5.42*135.16 ± 7.8839.78 ± 1.05***91.68 ± 6.47**27.03 ± 1.57
DPP + APAP100146.66 ± 4.93**107.75 ± 2.51***46.33 ± 1.93***78.78 ± 5.66***21.55 ± 0.50***
Silymarin + APAP10119.33 ± 3.84***99.56 ± 4.85***48.90 ± 2.04***50.52 ± 2.77***19.91 ± 0.97***
  1. All values represent mean ± SEM. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001; ANOVA, followed by Dunnett’s multiple comparison test