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International Journal of Phytomedicine and Phytotherapy

Fig. 3 | Clinical Phytoscience

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From: The role of diosgenin in crohn’s disease

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Depicting the role of diosgenin in Crohn’s disease. The phosphorylation of 1 kb allows for the upregulation Nf-kb is kept upregulated by STAT3 and leads to the activation of inflammatory cytokines; a pre-requisite to Crohn’s disease. However, the administration of diosgenin blocks these reactions, thus preventing necrosis and cell death

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