BioMed Research International / 2013 / Article / Fig 6

Research Article

The Effects of Pterostilbene on Neutrophil Activity in Experimental Model of Arthritis

Figure 6

Effect of pterostilbene on neutrophil activity in arthritic rats. PMA (0.05 µmol/L) stimulated ROS production shown as chemiluminescence (CL) per 1 neutrophil in whole blood of healthy (control), arthritic (AA), and pterostilbene treated arthritic rats (AA + PTE) measured at the beginning and every 7 days for 21 days of the experiment. Values are mean ± SEM, , AA versus control, AA + PTE versus AA for inhibition, AA + PTE versus AA for elevation. RLU s: relative light units multiplied by time (seconds).

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