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Research Article

Green Tea Extract Ameliorates Learning and Memory Deficits in Ischemic Rats via Its Active Component Polyphenol Epigallocatechin-3-gallate by Modulation of Oxidative Stress and Neuroinflammation

Table 4

Effect of GTex (p.o.) and EGCG (p.o.) on GSH levels in cortex and hippocampus of ischemia/reperfusion ( ) rats.

GSH levels (pmole/mg Protein)
CortexHippocampus

Sham20.29 ± 1.12103.72 ± 5.73
10.61 ± 1.22***63.71 ± 4.83***
GTex (30 mg/kg)13.78 ± 1.0966.88 ± 7.17
GTex (100 mg/kg)17.80 ± 1.92##96.43 ± 6.74###
GTex (300 mg/kg)18.95 ± 0.88###104.73 ± 7.83###
EGCG (10 mg/kg)17.80 ± 0.98##139.01 ± 8.26###
PTX (100 mg/kg)14.06 ± 1.4376.09 ± 6.25

compared to the sham group, , compared to group ( ).

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