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Effects of Moxibustion and Moxa Smoke on Behavior Changes and Energy Metabolism in APP/PS1 Mice

Table 2

The levels of unsaturated fatty acids in each group.

NamesGroup (x ± s, μg/ml, n = 12) value and FDR
Normal controlModel controlMoxa smokeMoxibutsionNormal control vs. model controlMoxa smoke vs. model controlMoxibustion vs. model control

Oleic acid56.31 ± 7.2254.47 ± 8.7160.40 ± 11.2760.17 ± 7.720.757 (0.757)0.288 (0.324)0.307 (0.325)
Nervonic acid0.64 ± 0.170.22 ± 0.050.67 ± 0.090.43 ± 0.210.000 (0.000)0.000 (0.000)0.030 (0.077)
α-Linolenic acid2.01 ± 0.531.51 ± 0.331.91 ± 0.561.94 ± 0.500.131 (0.181)0.194 (0.233)0.160 (0.205)
Arachidonic acid32.97 ± 3.3925.14 ± 4.6029.83 ± 2.9529.75 ± 5.500.008 (0.036)0.038 (0.076)0.041 (0.073)
Eicosapentaenoic acid8.49 ± 1.744.56 ± 1.076.18 ± 1.635.88 ± 1.190.036 (0.081)0.026 (0.078)0.065 (0.097)
Docosahexaenoic acid54.68 ± 10.0541.68 ± 4.6752.82 ± 8.2049.45 ± 6.960.009 (0.032)0.005 (0.030)0.042 (0.068)

Data are expressed as means ± SD (n = 12). versus model control group, versus model control group.

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