Crocin Improves Cognitive Behavior in Rats with Alzheimer's Disease by Regulating Endoplasmic Reticulum Stress and Apoptosis
Comparison of learning and memory ability in each group of rats. At the end of resveratrol and crocin administration, responses of rat to behavior tasks were performed. The trial frequency (a) and correct reaction rates (b) in both learning and memory stages were analyzed using Y-maze test. (c) Sucrose preference of rats was determined by sucrose preference test. Data was shown as Mean±SD. P<0.05 vs control group; △P<0.05 vs AD model group.