International Scholarly Research Notices / 2013 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Examination of the Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidant, and Xenobiotic-Inducing Potential of Broccoli Extract and Various Essential Oils during a Mild DSS-Induced Colitis in Rats

Table 4

Body weight changes in DSS-treated rats fed with broccoli extract and various essential oils compared to an untreated control.

PeriodBody weight in g
ConDSSBECuoToRo
MWSEMMWSEMMWSEMMWSEMMWSEMMWSEM

start229.44.05232.32.45230.93.20231.23.10230.73.58231.82.85
day 7266.07.80263.46.48280.03.75273.56.90265.02.13281.00.70
day 13297.75.72300.05.92297.33.26297.54.21295.44.19301.14.13
day 19325.26.74321.18.16323.44.04322.15.92321.13.96320.59.14

Values are means ± SEM. rats per group for phase 1 (start day 7), rats per group for phase 2 (day 13), and rats per group for phase 3 (day 19).

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