Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine / 2019 / Article / Fig 3

Research Article

Anemoside B4 Protects Rat Kidney from Adenine-Induced Injury by Attenuating Inflammation and Fibrosis and Enhancing Podocin and Nephrin Expression

Figure 3

Urine and total proteins in urine of rats after the intravenous administration of B4. (a) Total protein of urine in 24h. (b) Quantity of urine during 24h. (c) Concentration of urinary protein in 24h. (d)–(f) Urinary protein of rats after administration of B4 at week 4. At the end of experiment (week 4), the urinary protein per 24h of the model groups was higher than that of normal rats (control). B4 in large and small dosage decreased the protein content. The data were shown as mean ± SEM from 10 rats in each group. #, compared with the control, P < 0.05. , compared with model groups, P < 0.05. Predn: prednisolone.

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