BioMed Research International / 2017 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Systems Study on the Antirheumatic Mechanism of Tibetan Medicated-Bath Therapy Using Wuwei-Ganlu-Yaoyu-Keli

Figure 1

Changes in foot swelling degree of rats in each group: normal control (C), adjuvant arthritis (AA), dexamethasone (DMA), high dose Wuwei-Ganlu-Yaoyu-Keli (WGYKh), moderate dose Wuwei-Ganlu-Yaoyu-Keli (WGYKm), low dose Wuwei-Ganlu-Yaoyu-Keli (WGYKl), and Qing Peng ointment (QPO). Each point represents the mean ± SE. The points with black sign have significant difference ( value < 0.05) from the adjuvant arthritis group at the respective time.

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