Antioxidant and ntiinflammatory efficacy of curcumin on lung tissue in rats with sepsis.

Antioxidant and ntiinflammatory efficacy of curcumin on lung tissue in rats with sepsis. J Tradit Chin Med. 2020 Oct;40(5):820-826 Authors: Emel A, Hilal Y Abstract OBJECTIVE: To detect antioxidant and antiinflammatory efficacy of Curcumin (Cur) on lung tissue in rats with sepsis. METHODS: Totally 32 rats were divided into 4 groups; the rats in Group 1 (control group) had abdominal incision under sterile conditions following anesthesia and the abdomen was sutured. Abdominal incision was performed in the rats in Group 2 (Cur group) under sterile conditions following anesthesia and the abdomen was closed. Cur was given to this group after dissolving within dimethylsulphoxide as 100 mg/kg through oral gavage and started for 3 d before surgical procedure. Group 3 (CLP group) had caecal ligation and punction (CLP) under sterile conditions to create sepsis following anesthesia and the abdomen was sutured. CLP was performed in the rats in Group 4 (CLP + Cur group) under sterile conditions following anesthesia to create a sepsis model and the abdomen was closed. Cur was also given to this group after dissolving within dimethylsulphoxide as 100 mg/kg through oral gavage and started for 3 d before surgical procedure. All the rats were sacrificed through blood aspiration from the heart under sterile conditions following anesthesia and lung tissues were removed after 24 h following the surgical procedures. The tissue samples were homogenizated for biochemical a...
Source: Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine - Category: Complementary Medicine Authors: Tags: J Tradit Chin Med Source Type: research

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