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Research Article

C-Phycocyanin Alleviates Bladder Inflammation and Dysfunction in Cyclophosphamide-Induced Cystitis in a Mouse Model by Inhibiting COX-2 and EP4

Table 1

The inflammatory scores and weight ratio in the three groups.

control (n=8)CYP (n=11)CPC (n=11)p(control vs CYP)p(CYP vs CPC)p(three groups)

hemorrhage27.52 ± 8.46781.01 ± 5.60666.46 ± 5.087< 0.00010.069< 0.0001
urothelium damage26.48 ± 8.25386.85 ± 9.05592.80 ± 6.054< 0.00010.5908< 0.0001
edema14.58 ± 6.37972.47 ± 6.37846.54 ± 5.3210.00020.0070.0002
leukocyte infiltration18.61 ± 4.22740.70 ± 3.30333.66 ± 5.6540.00030.02510.0018
mastocytes2.500 ± 0.18908.909 ± 1.2685.273 ± 0.4491< 0.00010.0137< 0.0001
Bladder(mg)/body(g)0.9456 ± 0.070062.183 ± 0.19941.568 ± 0.08215< 0.00010.0015< 0.0001

all values were presented in mean ± SEM.

All indicators were of significance among the three groups.

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