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Fig. 4 | Cardiovascular Diabetology

Fig. 4

From: Beneficial effects of cherry consumption as a dietary intervention for metabolic, hepatic and vascular complications in type 2 diabetic rats

Fig. 4

Impact of cherry consumption on liver 4 months into the experimental period. Impact of cherry consumption on oxidative parameters assessed by (a) the expression of p22phox and b the expression of Nrf2 (p.u: polyubiquitination). The impact on c triglycerides metabolism was assessed by SREBP1 and ChREBP expressions and d on cholesterol metabolism by the expression of SREBP2. Experiments show results after 4 months of normal diet (ND), high fat high fructose (HFHF) diet, HFHF 2 months + ND 2 months (HFHF/ND), HFHF 2 months + ND with cherry supplementation 2 months (HFHF/NDCherry) and HFHF 2 months + HFHF with cherry supplementation 2 months groups (HFHFCherry). All the results are shown as the mean ± SEM of 6 different experiments. Asterisk represent significant results vs. ND; dollar vs. HFHF

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