Experimental Observation on Antiatheroscloresis Ability of Total Flavonoids from Jumi in Hyperlipidemia Rats
In this study, we observed antiatheroscloresis ability of food-roune hyperlipidemia by total falconoid from Jumi in rats. We used hyperlipidemia model of rats established, intervened by total falconoid from Jumi. Rats were divided into normal control group, hyperlipidemia control group, higher dose group and lower dose group to observe the level of total cholesterol (TC), trilaurate glycerin (TG), high density lipoprotein (HDL), low density lipoprotein (LDL) and atherogenic index (AI), and take rat liver for regular pathological dyeing observation. The results shown that the total falconoid from Jumi could reduce the serum levels of TC, TG, LDL and AI significantly, and increase HDL/TC in compared with hyperlipidemia control groups. It had significantly curative to effect hepatic adipose infiltration in rats, especially in low doses of flavonoid. Total flavonoids from Jumi can regulate disturbance of lipid metabolism, hepatic adipose infiltration and arteriosclerosis.
G. T. Xu et al., "Experimental Observation on Antiatheroscloresis Ability of Total Flavonoids from Jumi in Hyperlipidemia Rats", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 140, pp. 137-141, 2012